From CFAES, ‘novel ways’ to battle blooms

Reporters JD Malone and Laura Arenschield talked to CFAES’s Warren Dick, Eugene Braig and Andy Ward for a recent Columbus Dispatch story titled “Curbing fertilizer runoff a challenge.”

Dick’s research on using gypsum to cut phosphorus runoff from crop fields and Ward’s new farm drainage ditch design that improves water quality have been featured on this blog here and here.

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