Using technology, data and human behavior to drive change in cultivated regions
Cover crops can help farmers prevent nutrient loss. With support from NSF, researchers from the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Water Resources Center are studying camelina and its potential as a cash crop and conservation tool.
Credit: Minnesota Water Resources Center/University of Minnesota
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