VIDEO: Phosphorus moves differently in Ontario versus Ohio

Canadian researchers have discovered that phosphorous in Ontario soils near the Great Lakes move through the soil in a different way compared to farms on the U.S. side. Now it’s a matter of looking at the best management practices for farmers on both sides of the border to help reduce phosphorous runoff.

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