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  1. Gully erosion via concentrated surface flow

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/scenario/gully-erosion-concentrated-surface-flow

    of the field and into surface water, which results in a loss of topsoil at the site. Downstream, the ... both images: Greg LaBarge, OSU Extension. Other Examples: 3/17 Defiance Co LaBarge 3/17 Hardin Co ...

  2. Grassed Waterways (NRCS 412)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/grassed-waterways-nrcs-412

    benefits are very site-specific, so generalized improvements of water quality benefits are difficult to ... installation of a grassed waterway. Credit for both images: Greg LaBarge, OSU Extension. Considerations ... Extension. Cost Costs are site-specific and depend on the area draining to the grassed waterway, the slope of ...

  3. Controlled Drainage/Drainage Water Management (NRCS 554)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/controlled-drainagedrainage-water-management-nrcs-554

    Costs are site-specific, but they typically range from $600–$3,000 ($30–$100 per acre). Annualized costs ... for both images: USDA-ARS Soil Drainage Unit.       Extension  https://extension.osu.edu/lao#county ... https://agbmps.osu.edu/submit/email-general-questions-comments-or-concerns Extensive design details are provided in NRCS Conservation Practice Standard 554. ...

  4. Subsurface Placement of Nutrient

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    exposed to water, can move off-site in the water flow. Exposing a fertilizer source to a greater volume of ... soil can provide more binding sites or reduce exposure to runoff. Options for surface application ... Effectiveness and Considerations Crop Production From a general crop production standpoint, plant-root systems ...

  5. Report Form

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    ?____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PDF version of Form ...

  6. Riparian Forest Buffers (NRCS 391)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/riparian-forest-buffers-nrcs-391

    depending on the site’s hydrology, lithology, and topography. In a 1984 experiment (Peterjohn and Correll, ... water table period, but it drops to 50 percent during a high water table period (Liu et al., 2014 ... ). Phosphate removal is site-specific, especially for the dissolved reactive phosphate where a site could be ...

  7. Critical Area Planting (NRCS 342)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/critical-area-planting-nrcs-342

    Establishing permanent vegetation on sites that have, or are expected to have, high erosion rates, ... and on sites that have physical, chemical, or biological conditions that prevent the establishment of ... Active or abandoned mined lands. Urban restoration sites. Construction areas. Conservation practice ...

  8. Tillage Intensity to Maintain Target Residue Cover (NRCS 329, 345 & 346)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/tillage-intensity-maintain-target-residue-cover-nrcs-329-345-346

    residue on the soil surface. The target is generally an afterplanting residue cover of 30 percent. The ... be recommended for surface application of manure or fertilizer. Tillage practices generally fall into ... corn (38a) and soybeans (38b) in a no-till system. Credit for both images: Greg LaBarge, OSU Extension. ...

  9. Inter-rill and rill erosion

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/scenario/inter-rill-and-rill-erosion

    from right to left, resulting in residue displacement and rill erosion (4b). Credit for both images ...

  10. References used in BMP pages

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    Removal.” Journal of Environmental Quality 43, no. 2 (2014): 631–638. King, K.W., M.R. Williams, W.A. Dick, ... Soil and Water Conservation 69, no. 4 (2014): 279–291. Kumar, Sandeep, Atsunobu Kadono, Rattan Lal, and ... Biogeochemistry 119 (2014): 25–257. doi: 10.1007/s10533-014-9963-4. Loux, M.M., D. Doohan, A.F. Dobbels, W.G. ...

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