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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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David L Carter
Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research
Research Leader

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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
SEASONAL TRENDS IN FURROW IRRIGATION EROSION IN SOUTHERN IDAHO -
CONTROLLING NITRATE LEACHING AND EROSION ON IRRIGATED LAND -
CROP RESIDUE MANAGEMENT FOR SOIL CONSERVATION IN IRRIGATED LANDS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST -
NITRO ALFALFA AS AN ALTERNATIVE CROP IN CONSERVATION TILLAGE ROTATIONS -
GROWING CORN FOLLOWING SPRING KILLED ALFALFA TO REDUCE NITRATE LEACHING -
IRRIGATION-INDUCED SOIL EROSION REDUCES YIELDS AND MUDDIES RIVER -
NEW TECHNOLOGY TO CONTROL IRRIGATION-INDUCED EROSION -
REDUCED TILLAGE FOR BEANS -
THE IMPACT OF IRRIGATION EROSION DAMAGE ON FARM PROFITABILITY -
FUTURE ARS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROGRAMS FOR IRRIGATION-INDUCEDEROSION -
CONSERVATION TILLAGE CROPPING SYSTEMS TO REDUCE IRRIGATION-INDUCED EROSION AND INCREASE NET PROFIT -
CONSERVATION TILLAGE CROPPING SYSTEMS TO REDUCE IRRIGATION-INDUCED EROSION CAN ALSO REDUCE NITRATE LEACHING FOLLOWING ALFALFA -
CROPPING SYSTEMS TO REDUCE NITRATE LEACHING FOLLOWING LEGUMES ON IRRIGATED LAND -
CONSERVATION TILLAGE CROPPING SYSTEMS TOR REDUCE EROSION AND SEDIMENT LOSS FROM FURROW IRRIGATED LAND -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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