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Monitoring the Effectiveness of Regenerative Agriculture Approaches on Water Quality in Integrated Crop/Livestock Systems

Project Goals/ Objectives: The goal of this project is to demonstrate and quantify the effects of improved soil health generated by implementing conservation tillage with cover crops and regenerative agriculture by measuring changes infiltration rates, soil water holding capacities, surface runoff volume, erosion, off-site agrochemical transport, crop yield, crop quality, and economics across Southern Great Plains production systems.

Project Location: Wilbarger County, including Beaver Creek, Buffalo Creek, Paradise Creek, and Wichita River watersheds 

Project Costs: $109,643 

Project Partners: TSSWCB, Texas A&M AgriLife Research 

Project Workplan21-53

QAPP: 21-53

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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