The Ag Water Exchange blog is a place for thoughtful discussion of ideas and information on water quality and agricultural management practices.  The goal of the Ag Water Exchange is to contribute to the greater advancement water quality knowledge and modern agricultural management practices.

 

New Life for Old Flood Structure
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Kevin Kuehner – Root River Field to Stream Partnership – Minnesota Department of Agriculture and Fillmore SWCD New life has been restored to a 1950s era flood retention structure (E3) in the Crystal Creek Watershed.... Read More

Testing Nitrogen Rate BMP Recommendations
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Kevin Kuehner – Root River Field to Stream Partnership – Minnesota Department of Agriculture Jeff Vetsch – University of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center The Maximum Return To Nitrogen (MRTN) is the nitrogen (N)... Read More

See Something, Do Something
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By Kevin Kuehner – Root River Field to Stream Partnership – Minnesota Department of Agriculture, August 2018 Small areas of a field or landscape can contribute a disproportionate amount of sediment and nutrient loss. These... Read More

Why Water Matters
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  Preserving the accessibility, quality and safety of water is a top priority for farmers, business owners and community members in the Upper Sugar River Watershed. On June 26, 2018 in Verona, Wisconsin UW Discovery... Read More

 

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