Water quality gains flow through soil tests

Farmers in Ohio are increasing soil sampling and managing soil nutrients more closely, leading to a gradual decrease in high soil test phosphorus levels that can lead to water quality problems.

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Water quality and agriculture: The rest of the story

A new film about water quality in Lake Erie skips over all of the advancements being made by farmers in northwest Ohio and beyond.

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Our Ohio Weekly: New report gauges water quality efforts in Ohio

The OACI Assessment survey results establish a baseline of adoption for various farming practices in the Lower Maumee watershed.

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OACI Assessment Survey Report reveals conservation progress, areas of opportunity

The survey results establish a baseline of adoption for various farming practices in the Lower Maumee watershed.

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Enroll now in OACI’s Farmer Certification Program

Farmers participating in the H2Ohio program must be enrolled in the OACI program by March 31, 2021.

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H2Ohio receives $28 million for 2021

In mid-October, the Ohio Department of Agriculture requested funding to continue the H2Ohio water quality initiative through 2021. The $28…

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New partnership, app streamline H2Ohio enrollment process

The Ohio Department of Agriculture and the Ohio AgriBusiness Association are joining forces to streamline the approval process of Voluntary…

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Unusual alliance forms to protect water quality

The goal of this unique collaboration is to improve water quality by establishing a baseline understanding of current conservation and nutrient management efforts and build farmer participation in a new certification program.

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