Edge-of-Field Research Focuses on Controlled Drainage and Saturated Buffers for Reducing Nutrient Runoff

Article by Lois Wolfson and Ehsan Ghane. Agriculture in Michigan is one of the three biggest industries in the state and it is essential to the state’s economy. An important component of agriculture is subsurface (tile) drainage, since… Read More

Ten Ways to Reduce Nitrogen Loads from Drained Cropland in the Midwest

Across the Mississippi River Basin, 45% reductions in nitrogen and phosphorus loads are necessary to meet national goals established to reduce the size of the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. There are a number of practices now being… Read More