A “MANAGE”ed Approach for 4R Nutrient Stewardship on Drained Land

IPNI-2014-USA-4RM04

Summary: Complex environmental, economic, and social demands placed upon agriculture mean 4R Nutrient Stewardship is now a vital approach to guide on-farm nutrient management. With the rapid dissemination of these stewardship ideas, there arises a critical need to evaluate and better understand their environmental and economic impacts. Read more


Year of initiation:2014
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Interpretive Summary

2015

As agriculture in the 21st century is faced with increasing pressure to reduce negative environmental impacts while continuing to efficiently produce food, fiber and fuel, it becomes ever more important to reflect upon more than half a century of drainage water quality research to identify future paths towards increased sustainability.

2014

As agriculture in the 21st century faces increasing pressure to reduce negative environmental impacts while continuing to efficiently produce food, fiber, and fuel, it becomes increasingly important to reflect upon more than half a century of drainage water quality research to identify future paths towards sustainability.


Updates & Reports

2016

Assessment and Synthesis of 50 Years of Published Drainage Phosphorus Losses

2016

The MANAGE Drain Load database: Review and compilation of more than fifty years of North American drainage nutrient studies

2015

4R Water Quality Impacts: An Assessment and Synthesis of Forty Years of Drainage Nitrogen Losses

2015

2015 Annual Report

2014

Project Description


Project Leader

Laura Christianson, University of Illinois


Project Cooperators

Daren Harmel, USDA - ARS


IPNI Staff

C. S. Snyder


Location

Americas \ Northern America \ USA \ West Virginia


Topics

4r research fund, water