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Start with surface soil to limit phosphate runoff

December 21, 2016  By Simon Crouch Blackburn News

Controlling surface runoff can be a key to not letting phosphates get away and possibly contribute to algae blooms in the Great Lakes, says Ivan O’Halloran, a soil fertility and nutrient association professor at the University of Guelph, Ridgetown. He says cover crops and residue from previous crops are options. | READ MORE

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