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More from Drainage Contractor | Contractor at Work | Industry News June 3, 2014
Farm highlights conservation practices
The Iowa Land Improvement Contractors Association and the Iowa Corn Growers Association recently hosted a walking tour of soil and water conservation practices during a field day at the Iowa LICA Farm near Melbourne.
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New spam law a deal breaker
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Controlled drain project keeps nutrient-rich water on farm
A controlled drain project – the first of its kind in Southwestern Ontario – will allow a local farmer to keep nutrient-rich water on his farm field instead of flowing into his tile drainage system that empties into a creek.
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Farmland drainage increasing in the United Kingdom
Ditch systems and land drainage are being pushed to their limits on many U.K. arable farms, resulting in a small increase in new drainage work.
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Trimble adds automatic drainage pipe sizing
A new feature is meant to allow contractors and farmers to improve accuracy and increase efficiency when designing farm drainage systems.
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