Agricultural management, water quality and ecology: Putting practice into policy

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Point sources of water-quality impairment have been reduced due to their ease of identification and the passage of the Clean Water Act in 1972. However, water-quality problems remain, and as further point-source control becomes less cost effective, attention is being directed towards the role of agricultural nonpoint sources in water-quality degradation. Today, continuing water-quality impairment has led to major initiatives to reduce losses
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2012
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NABC
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Agricultural biotechnology; sustainability; agricultural water use; drought tolerant plants; water quality; rice; pest control; environmental quality;
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Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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