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Assessment of an agricultural drainage improvement program in New York State



Assessment of an agricultural drainage improvement program in New York State



Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 42(4): 271-274



Water drainage from agricultural land in New York is being enhanced by outlet projects sponsored by local conservation districts. Although presently small in scope, the potential expansion of this program is great. Dairy and cash-crop farming operations have benefitted through increased crop yields and acreage under cultivation. Further improvements are expected from an expansion of on-farm drainage systems.

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