University of Maryland Extension

Water management

Winning the Mud War on Your Farm

Tuesday, May. 19, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
online
Join us for our 2020 Webinar series Zoom-ing in on Healthy Horsekeeping In this webinar, learn more about how to manage mud on horse farms from Extension Associate Erika Crowl. Free to attend, but please register to receive log in information.

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...

Water management

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Figure 20: Drip irrigation pairs well with mulch to direct water to crop roots while reducing weed pressure. Relatively inexpensive timers are available to automate irrigation through drip or overhead systems. Photos taken by Neith Little at Carroll County office...

Production topics to learn more about

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Across production systems, there are several important urban production topics a grower will need to learn about and consider in their risk management planning: Urban soils and growing media Soil contamination assessment and risk management Nutrient management Crop...
Washington, D.C. -- This past Sunday, Dr. John Lea-Cox and a select group of colleagues accepted the 2017 Experiment Station Section Excellence in Multistate Research award for their work in managing...
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