Gypsum On Farms Could Help Keep <b>Water</b> Clean, Not Green <b>...</b>
Oct 14, 2014 ... Calcium, also an essential crop nutrient, which can also prevent soil surface
crusting, loosen the soil, and improve air and water infiltration.
Gypsum, which has roots in the past as a farm soil treatment, also may have a
bright future, and not just as a booster of crops but also as a protector of water.
EPA Seeks To Clarify Clean <b>Water</b> Act For Ag | CropLife
Jul 1, 2014 ... EPA official Nancy Stoner published a blog post seeking to clarify the
requirements for agriculture under EPA's proposed "Waters of the U.S." ...
A Multi-Layered Approach To <b>Water</b> Quality | CropLife
Oct 6, 2014 ... Illinois event highlights research and technology designed to better monitor and
improve water quality — and the benefits of cooperative, ...
Economist: EPA Economic Analysis On <b>Water</b> Rule Is Flawed <b>...</b>
May 29, 2014 ... Economist Dr. David Sunding says the EPA significantly underestimates the
economic impacts that the proposed "Waters of the United States" ...
Jan 26, 2012 ... A series of studies at Purdue University has shown that spray water pH and
hardness can reduce the effectiveness of herbicides, making it ...
Agriculture's Troubled <b>Waters</b> | CropLife
Mar 3, 2014 ... Water quantity and quality issues threaten to hamper agriculture on a wider scale
in the not-too-distant future. Technology breakthroughs and ...
<b>Water</b> Optimized Seed Flowing Freely | CropLife
Apr 1, 2014 ... As the demand for ag to diminish its water use while maintaining high yields and
crop quality increases, three companies are leading the ...
Monsanto Commits To Increase <b>Water</b> And Nutrient Efficiency <b>...</b>
Apr 29, 2014 ... The company commits to increase irrigation water efficiency across and pledges
to sustainably innovate to increase nutrient efficiency across ...
Inside Drainage <b>Water</b> Management | CropLife
Sep 3, 2013 ... The most commonly publicized concerns are related to supply and demand for
irrigation water. But drainage water probably impacts even more ...