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.

 

Tile Drainage in Wisconsin publication updated
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UW Discovery Farms has updated its Tile Drainage in Wisconsin publication originally released in 2013. The new edition contains clearer management suggestions, updated graphics, and references to new resources. Additional new features make it a... Read More

Gorans Blog Series: The impact of weather
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This the third post in the Gorans Blog Series about the Gorans Discovery Farm Project. You can read the previous posts here. How much water is running off the landscape? A watershed is an area of land... Read More

Two tours, one topic: Water.
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Protecting water quality requires that everyone take action and have an openness to learn across industries. The second annual PDPW and UW Discovery Farms Water Tours held in June, brought together people from different professions... Read More

Nitrogen Transport in Tile Drainage Systems
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Tile drainage has many benefits to agricultural production, such as improved field access and crop growth. However, tile drainage also serves as a potential pathway for nutrients to access surface water. This is especially true... Read More

 

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