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Phosphorus removal structures 101March 14, 2023How nutrients moveFebruary 28, 2023How salinity and high pH reduce denitrification ratesFebruary 14, 2023A fresh perspective on drainageJanuary 31, 2023Drainage goes northJanuary 17, 2023A year in drainageJanuary 3, 2023Remembering John WolfeDecember 20, 2022The nitty-gritty on controlled drainageDecember 6, 2022The stage is set for conservation drainageNovember 22, 2022Tiling “around the world”November 8, 2022A robust dataset for drainageOctober 25, 2022Getting better at getting along in drainageOctober 11, 2022Barriers to adopting conservation drainage practicesSeptember 27, 2022U.K. Update: Take care of your business, but mind your mental healthSeptember 13, 2022Scrutinizing nutrient loss in VermontAugust 30, 2022Two entrepreneurs share their drainage journeysAugust 16, 2022How drainage systems can keep up with modern challengesAugust 2, 2022Adam Fisher on the importance of maintaining infrastructureJuly 19, 2022Bruce Shewfelt on moving water and sharing knowledgeJuly 5, 2022Go north, drainageJune 21, 2022The sock rocksJune 7, 2022Moving forward togetherMay 24, 2022The GroundBreakers tell their storiesMay 10, 2022Preparing for fluctuating weatherApril 26, 2022Constructing drainage water recycling systemsApril 12, 2022Is your land suitable for subirrigation?March 29, 2022Your 2022 GroundBreakers are hereMarch 15, 2022Tile drainage incoming in Northern OntarioMarch 1, 2022Staying current on drainage practicesFebruary 15, 2022Mind your N and PFebruary 1, 2022Let the water flow back inJanuary 18, 2022What’s on the minds of water management experts?January 4, 2022Farmers feel targetedDecember 21, 2021Increasing yield down the drainDecember 7, 2021The wetter the better? Not always.November 23, 2021A new recognition program for contractors and expertsNovember 9, 2021Water management strategies could increase corn yieldOctober 26, 2021Water management strategies could increase corn yieldOctober 12, 2021LICA aims to increase opportunities for veteransSeptember 28, 2021Return to confidence for U.K. contractors?September 14, 2021How the Great Lakes’ water quality can be improved at the field levelAugust 31, 2021Drainage goes WestAugust 17, 2021Momentum is growing in water managementAugust 3, 2021Millions in funding awarded for drainage projectsJuly 20, 2021Drainage benefits underscored by studyJuly 6, 2021Are bioreactors a game-changer?June 22, 2021Assistance available for eligible Minnesota farmersJune 8, 2021Improving water efficiency on California farmsMay 25, 2021Drainage gets high-techMay 11, 2021The latest on drainage funding, contracts, municipal programs and moreApril 27, 2021How can the industry harness all this new technology?April 13, 2021This year marks a key bicentennial in drainage historyMarch 30, 2021What was gained from a year of disruption?March 16, 2021Ontario contractors could say good-bye to small feesMarch 2, 2021How’s the market for drainage shaping up?February 16, 2021North Dakota, Ohio move to revamp drainage permit processesFebruary 2, 2021Know the problemJanuary 19, 2021How a legacy drainage company is keeping with the timesJanuary 5, 2021Continuing the conversationDecember 22, 2020The power of pivotingDecember 8, 2020What we know about winter runoffNovember 24, 2020Saskatchewan invests in agricultural water management researchNovember 10, 2020What marketing and automation can do for your businessOctober 27, 2020Designing drainage long-termOctober 13, 2020Stolen equipment, closed nutrient loops, and planning aheadSeptember 29, 2020Australian researchers to develop ‘runoff indicator’ to use in nutrient trading schemeSeptember 15, 2020Michigan Field Day today: Building next-gen water management systemsSeptember 1, 2020How to map older, existing tile drainage systemsAugust 18, 2020Online tools for drainage contractorsAugust 4, 2020Narrower spacing: How tight is too tight for tile drainage spacing?July 21, 2020Less phosphorus, more market incentives and water improvement in VermontJuly 7, 2020Good news: More funding for drainage in the north, plus less runoff in Chesapeake BayJune 23, 2020U.K. Update: Pandemic and plowsJune 9, 2020Standardizing flexible dual-wall pipe, a 30-year conservation contract, and moreMay 26, 2020How is COVID-19 impacting drainage?May 12, 2020Beyond Drainage survey reveals optimism for agricultural drainage industryApril 28, 2020Labor contingency plans encouraged for farm and rural employersApril 14, 2020Phosphorus interception technology installed on Ontario pig farmMarch 31, 2020Promoting good infiltration in the soil for better drainageMarch 17, 2020Using a nanotechnology sponge to absorb phosphorusMarch 3, 2020Investing in new metalFebruary 18, 2020Maintaining private ditches: What you should know about Canada’s Fisheries ActFebruary 4, 2020Tile drainage in WisconsinJanuary 21, 2020Increasing drainage coefficients to respond to heavier rainfallJanuary 7, 2020Our top stories of 2019December 24, 2019Finding efficiencies in your workDecember 10, 2019Driving growth: Manitoba drainage company sees successNovember 26, 2019Spotlight on the drainage industryNovember 12, 2019Shining a spotlight on environmental initiativesOctober 29, 2019In need of a worldwide drainage updateOctober 15, 2019Explaining edge-of-field practicesOctober 1, 2019The impact of drainage on crop yield in North DakotaSeptember 17, 2019Update on drainage across the pondSeptember 3, 2019Buffer benefitsAugust 20, 2019New installations, acquisitions and upcoming eventsAugust 6, 2019Into the wild: drainage in AlaskaJuly 23, 2019Wild, wild west: the history of agricultural drainage in Western CanadaJuly 9, 2019Managing smearing when using trenchless drainage plowsJune 25, 2019Learning curve: experimenting with controlled drainage on a slopeJune 11, 2019Staying on top of tile blockages this seasonMay 28, 2019Improving the public image of drainageMay 14, 2019Advocating for more uses for drainage pipeApril 30, 2019Deadline approaches for conservation project funding in IowaApril 16, 2019How subsurface drainage impacts water quality, movement and distributionApril 2, 2019Drainage licensing: Policy or politics?March 19, 2019Test drive: checking out the 2019 Chevrolet SilveradoMarch 5, 2019Sharing success: bioreactors to reduce nitrate lossFebruary 19, 2019Research reaffirms saturated buffers as a cost-efficient strategyFebruary 5, 2019Refresher on erosion and sediment controlJanuary 22, 2019Recapping Iowa Drainage School 2018January 8, 2019Our top stories of 2018December 25, 2018Innovation revisited: how do we encourage new practices?December 11, 2018Joining forces: gaining support for drainageNovember 27, 2018Digging into dronesNovember 13, 2018Keeping phosphorus out of waterwaysOctober 30, 2018Boxing up agricultural field nitrogen with saturated buffersOctober 16, 2018From the ground upOctober 2, 2018Producing results: capturing phosphate and decreasing the Dead ZoneAugust 7, 2018What’s stopping us from implementing innovative drainage?July 24, 2018Promoting the good in the drainage industryJuly 10, 2018Social media builds drainage company from the ground upJune 26, 2018Pipe dreamsMay 15, 2018A new drainage kid on the blockApril 17, 2018Phosphorus reduction project | Mudsnails help runoffMarch 20, 2018Phosphorus reduction project | Mudsnails help runoffMarch 6, 2018Tile drainage boosts profitabilityFebruary 20, 2018How subsurface drainage impacts water qualityFebruary 6, 2018Ensuring consistency with a licensing programJanuary 23, 2018Drainage management to address excess nutrient loadingJanuary 9, 2018Bioreactors reduce nitrates in tile waterDecember 12, 2017Endangered species versus drainageNovember 28, 2017New agricultural pipe yard opens in IowaNovember 14, 2017Farms will share $1.5M to reduce water use, nutrient loadingOctober 31, 2017Grant to assist retrofitting | Accuracy of RTK-GPS installationsOctober 17, 2017Fighting salt with tile lines | Small-scale bioreactorsOctober 3, 2017Drainage water recycling | Spearheading water quality improvementsSeptember 19, 2017Impact of 4R nutrient stewardship | ADS opens new Missouri plantSeptember 5, 2017Reducing pollution paying off slowly | New wetland rulesAugust 22, 2017ADS acquires Duraslot | Funding for BMP implementationAugust 8, 2017Algae bloom forecast | Small wetlands better at filtering nutrientsJuly 25, 2017Utilizing phosphorus removal tech | Decoding “Waters of the U.S.”July 11, 2017Managing losses with constructed wetlands | BMPs for multi-purpose drainage managementJune 27, 2017App helps plan drainage | Tile depth and spacing to reduce nutrient lossJune 13, 2017Contractor’s role in managing nutrient loss | Trimble acquires Müller-ElektronikMay 30, 2017New products, Spring 2017 | Report ignores progress in VAMay 16, 2017Adaptive designs | Summer LICA tour announcedMay 2, 2017Alternative buffer rules | Replacing pipe – fastApril 18, 2017Reducing nitrogen loss | UAVs for drainageApril 4, 2017Des Moines Water Works’ case dismissed | Attracting millennialsMarch 21, 2017New water authority in Iowa? | Updating drainage for GreenleyMarch 7, 2017Acquisition news | Discussing Transforming Drainage projectFebruary 21, 2017Drainage district immunity | On-farm research studiesFebruary 7, 2017Calculating benefits | Combating toxic algaeJanuary 24, 2017Drones help with drainage | How to limit P runoffJanuary 10, 2017Phosphorus part of water-quality puzzle | Tile investment raises yieldsDecember 13, 2016Springfield Plastics supports cancer research | Testing technologyNovember 29, 2016Taking stock | Algae blooms a continued threat in OhioNovember 15, 2016Mitigating nutrient runoff | Hurdles to collecting drainage data by droneNovember 1, 2016ADS breaks ground on new plant | Pipelines a growing concernOctober 18, 2016Timewell Drainage acquires Midwest Plastic | Studying bioreactorsOctober 4, 2016Timewell Drainage acquires Midwest Plastic | Studying bioreactorsOctober 3, 2016Water quality financing | A game-changer for drainage districtsSeptember 20, 2016Drainage impacts on wetlands | Minnesota buffer lawSeptember 6, 2016Ontario invests in farm improvement | Transforming Drainage updateAugust 23, 2016Controlled drainage projects | Bioreactor research | Fast-paced rehabAugust 8, 2016Farmers defend Iowa drainage districts | A growing concernJuly 26, 2016Agriculture and drainage at Field Tech Day | UK Update: Planning aheadJuly 12, 2016Conservation drainage | Innovative sub-irrigationJune 28, 2016Controlled drainage making a comeback | Attracting millenialsJune 14, 2016Finding best practices | Nutrient management effortsMay 31, 2016Drainage research now available | Meet the MaxwellsMay 17, 2016Iowa water suit dismissal sought | Eye in the skyApril 19, 2016Saturated buffer research findings | The double-link plowApril 5, 2016