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Buffers and vegetative filter stripsAuthor(s): Matthew J. Helmers; Thomas M. Isenhart; Michael G. Dosskey; Seth M. Dabney
Source: In Upper Mississippi River Sub-basin Hypoxia Nutrient Committee (UMRSHNC): 43-58. Final Report: Gulf Hypoxia and Local Water Quality Concerns Workshop. St. Joseph, Michigan
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis chapter describes the use of buffers and vegetative filter strips relative to water quality. In particular, we primarily discuss the herbaceous components of the following NRCS Conservation Practice Standards.
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CitationHelmers, Matthew J.; Isenhart, Thomas M.; Dosskey, Michael G.; Dabney, Seth M. 2008. Buffers and vegetative filter strips. In Upper Mississippi River Sub-basin Hypoxia Nutrient Committee (UMRSHNC): 43-58. Final Report: Gulf Hypoxia and Local Water Quality Concerns Workshop. St. Joseph, Michigan
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