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Environment and Natural Resources » Land Management

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  • MF3120
    Top 10 Questions about Carbon and CO2 in Agriculture

    This publication addresses 10 of the most common questions about carbon and carbon dioxide as they relate to agriculture. 2 pages.

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  • MF3095
    Gardening on Brownfields: Testing Your Soil for Nutrients, pH, and Organic Matter

    Before gardening, test soils for nutrients, pH, and soil organic matter. Testing is more important on sites previously occupied by structures and not used for gardening. Soil quality on these sites tends to be poor. Publication describes the steps to test soils, and lists all states and their soil testing services. Color, 4 pages.

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  • MF3096
    Gardening on Brownfields: Historical Property Usage and Implications

    Before establishing a garden, know the history of the property and what contaminants may affect the soil. The publication lists chemicals likely to have been used on residential, business, and orchard land. 2 pages, color.

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  • MF2206
    Emergency Wind Erosion Control

    If wind erosion has started, it can be reduced by mulching with manure or other anchored plant materials such as straw or hay. Mulching is most effective when applied before soil starts to move. The goal of emergency tillage is to make the soil surface rougher by producing resistant clods and surface ridges. A rough surface reduces wind speed. 4 pages.

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  • MF3078
    Gardening on Brownfields: Obtaining Property Information and Site History

    A brownfield site is a former industrial, commercial, or residential site where soil use is affected by environmental contamination. Research county records of deeds, historical records, maps, EPA, fire department, property owners, neighbors, and local government. Examine property for signs of contamination. 2 pages, color.

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