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crop production

How Do I Use Reclaimed Water on my Farm?

As the demand for water grows, the amount of water will remain the same, making it important to find new and reliable sources of water for agricultural production. One possibility is using highly treated effluent from municipal wastewater treatment plants, also known as reclaimed or recycled water...

Putting Recycled Water to Work in Maryland Agriculture

Farmers need water to grow their crops. But what happens when the freshwater sources farmers rely on become stressed or unavailable? Learn about an innovative partnership between a farmer and a nearby wastewater treatment plant that uses water reuse to safely and efficiently grow crops on one...

Will They Buy It? Consumer Willingness to Pay for Agricultural Products Irrigated with Recycled Water

Due to increasing stress on existing water resources, many farmers are considering alternative water sources to maintain the long-term sustainability of production. One option is recycled water, highly treated municipal wastewater that is then used for agricultural and other beneficial purposes...

High Tunnel Cool Season Crop Production

Saturday, Apr. 18, 2015 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Pereyra Farm
This is a follow up session to last year’s workshop on the Pereyra Farm, where a new high tunnel was constructed. Participants can expect to learn the basics of high tunnel systems to include: site preparation, set-up, and types of crops that can be grown during the cool season. Representatives...
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