Start Date

1-12-2015 12:00 AM

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Accurate information about water quality trends in agricultural watersheds is needed to inform agricultural policy and quantify the effectiveness of field and landscape management practices. Several studies predicted the increased conversion of soybean and pasture acres to more corn acres driven by corn ethanol production would increase N losses and river nitrate-nitrogen.

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Dec 1st, 12:00 AM

Environmental performance with agronomic management: Raccoon River watershed case study

Accurate information about water quality trends in agricultural watersheds is needed to inform agricultural policy and quantify the effectiveness of field and landscape management practices. Several studies predicted the increased conversion of soybean and pasture acres to more corn acres driven by corn ethanol production would increase N losses and river nitrate-nitrogen.