Land forming in the Red River Valley.

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Land forming in the Red River Valley.

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Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station


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"Land forming" means reshaping the surface of the land to insure orderly movement of water over a field or section of a field, and to provide better distribution of water in the soil. It includes ditching, filling low spots, building grades if no natural slope exists, and smoothing. 15 pages. This archival publication may not reflect current scientific knowledge or recommendations. Current information available from University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station:

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Soine, Olaf C. 1972. Land Forming in the Red River Valley. Saint Paul, MN: Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 509.

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