Denitrifying bioreactors: Moving beyond proof of concept to optimization, implementation05/13/2016 | Water Quality
Bioreactors have proven themselves as a best practice for effectively removing nitrates from agricultural runoff before it reaches our watersheds. However, scientists are still guring out how to optimize them, especially during the early spring. This article provides an overview of the state of
the science of bioreactors along with summaries of ve recent research articles published in the Journal of Environmental Quality as part of a special collection of papers on “Bioreactors: Moving beyond Proof of Concept.” Earn 1 CEU in Soil & Water Management by reading this article and taking the quiz at www.certi edcropadviser.org/certi cations/self-study/778.
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