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Wind erosion in Iowa has been increasing in frequency and intensity with the increase in acreage of row crops and consequent increase in fall-plowed acres. This erosion has attracted widespread attention because blowing dust has created a hazard to health and safety. This bulletin is a report of research conducted in areas where wind erosion has been a problem for many years and the application of the findings in Iowa.
Iowa State University. Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station
Agriculture | Agronomy and Crop Sciences
Moldenhauer, W. C. and Duncan, E. R., "Principles and methods of wind-erosion control in Iowa" (1969). Special Report. 54.