Wet Soils and Phosphorus Movement Research discussion now online
Posted: May 8, 2012
Drs. Tony Buda, USDA ARS, and Patrick Drohan, Penn State Department of Crop and Soil Science, joined by USDA NRCS - Dan Dostie - discuss the research conducted by PA USDA NRCS, USDA-ARS, and Penn State to look at how saturated soils and soils with fragipans have contributed to higher runoff. These wet landscapes are often critical sources of phosphorus that contribute to loads of pollutants in streams—and should be targeted for conservation practices.
Identifying Environmentally Sensitive Wet Landscapes
This presentation from the Conewago Creek Initiative-LIVE webinar series took place on February 21, 2012. Click here to view this webinar.
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