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October 20, 2015
FEATURED NEWS: Poor farmland drainage a problem in UK
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Officials: Michigan nearly there on phosphorus reduction

Michigan officials are taking a victory lap in their efforts to reduce the amount of phosphorus flowing from state farms and other sources into Lake Erie, but critics say the self-congratulation is misleading. >> Read full article

Research farm studies irrigation options

The University of Missouri‚Äôs Greenley Research Centre is studying tile drainage and irrigation to help farmers address the wet and dry extremes that affect crops in the northern part of the state. >> Read full article

Ontario invests in northern drainage project

Claybelt Drainage in Kapuskasing, ON, will receive funding from the Ontario government to build and equip a maintenance facility, as part of the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation. >> Read full article

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Poor farmland drainage a problem in UK

Poor farmland drainage and unsatisfactory levels of soil pH could be seriously hindering grass growth on UK farms.

Drainage Contractor columnist and land drainage contractor Rob Burtonshaw tells Farmers Weekly that much of farmland in the UK has not been drained since the 19th century, with cost prohibiting farmers from doing so. >> Learn More…

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