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Buffers are designed to intercept sediment and nutrients and reduce soil erosion; they also help enhance air and water quality and fish and wildlife habitats. Learn how to understand, manage, and maintain conservation buffers.
Resource Conservation Practices
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
Crops, Soil Management and Fertility, Agronomy, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Agricultural Education | Agricultural Science | Agronomy and Crop Sciences | Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering
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Al-Kaisi, Mahdi; Hanna, H. Mark; and Licht, Mark A., "Resource Conservation Practices: Conservation Buffers and Water Quality" (2009). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 160.