New tiling technique stores water, nutrients in soil
LUVERNE -- Farmers across the country use nitrogen and phosphorus to build nutrient-rich soil to maximize crop yields, but those same nutrients are being blamed on the growing dead zone around the base of the Mississippi River in the Gulf of Mexico.
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