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It Pays to Furrow Dike

Conservation Tillage: Monitoring Adoption with Satellite Imagery

Furrow Diking to Improve Water Capture and Soil Erosion

Quantifying USDA Conservation Program Impacts in the Coastal Plain

Satellite Mapping of Conservation Tillage

Strip Tillage Reduces Runoff and Sediment Erosion and Increases Soil Carbon

SEWRL and UGA Work Together to Design the Best Possible Conservation Buffers 

Remote Sensing for Improved Water Quality Estimation

Expanding Agricultural Research in the Suwannee River Basin

Proceedings from the March 7-8, 2002 Stakeholder Input Session for USDA-ARS Laboratories at Dawson and Tifton, GA (PDF-4M)

ARS News Articles

USDA's Agricultural Research Service Announces Scientist of the Year and Other Awards
Jun 11, 2013
Napiergrass: A Potential Biofuel Crop for the Sunny Southeast
Sep 27, 2012
It Pays to Furrow Dike
Jun 04, 2009
Floating Vegetative Mats May Help Clean Fishery Wastewater
Jan 29, 2009
Monitoring Conservation Tillage via Satellite
Apr 24, 2008
Conservation Tillage: Good for Drought and Wet Years
Dec 05, 2007
Floating Plant Mats Help Clean Manure Lagoons
Aug 01, 2006