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Using soil sample analysis to help address nutrient and sediment run off in the Arroyo Colorado Watershed

Project Goals/ Objectives: The goal of this project is increase the number of conservation practices adopted in the Lower Rio Grande Valley by educating agricultural producers about nutrient management, plant nutrition needs, nutrient application timing and other relevant topics through programs, events, and newsletters. 

Project Location: Arroyo Colorado Watershed; Cameron, Hidalgo, and Williamson counties 

Total Project Costs: $202,490 

Project Partners: TSSWCB, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, TWRI, TSSWCB (HRO), Southmost SWCD #319 and Hidalgo SWCD #350 

Project Workplan: 21-56

Final Report: 21-56

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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