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bos2Algae, Dead Zones, Climate Change and the Soil Health Movement

By Chris Clayton – DTN/The Progressive Farmer – Augut 2, 2017
A pair of separate studies and multiple corresponding articles over the past week highlight the importance of both precision agriculture and the soil-health movement without actually mentioning those efforts. Multiple reports have cropped up pointing to on the long-term impacts of fertilizer in waterways and in the food system. The first, from a study published in Science magazine, pointed to eutrophication, or excessive nutrient enrichment in waterways. For full blog post, click here.

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