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Best Management Practices - Soil Conservation




Soil is the basis of agriculture and food production. In New Brunswick, preserving our soils is seen as the biggest challenge in ensuring sustainable agriculture for years to come. Due to the complexity of this problem there has been considerable soil conservation activity carried out over the past few years. Water erosion is the most common and significant form of soil degradation in New Brunswick. There are many different methods in use to alleviate this problem, the website covers best management practices for: Crop Rotation; Winter Cover; Tillage Practices; Conservation Practices; Soil Drainage

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Regions: New Brunswick, Canada

Submitted by: WetlandNetwork

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