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Corn grower takes the lab into the field

On his farm near Clarkfield, Doug Albin, director of the Minnesota Corn Research and Promotion Council, has set up a long-term experiment in water quality

September 26, 2013
By Steve Browne , Marshall Independent

RURAL CLARKFIELD - Modern agriculture needs nitrate fertilizers, which create problems with nitrates running off fields into receiving streams. Doug Albin, director of the Minnesota Corn Research and Promotion Council, is running a long-term experiment on his farm near Clarkfield to reduce nitrate runoff and enhance the fertility of his land in the Conservations Reserve Program.

 
 
 

 

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