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Iowa State University

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

1993

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Coping With Contaminated Wells, Thomas D. Glanville Dec 1993

Coping With Contaminated Wells, Thomas D. Glanville

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

The most common cause of well water test failures is bacterial problems caused by well deterioration. This publication addresses how to handle contaminated well issues by looking at coliform and nitrate problems.


Disaster Recovery: Forage Harvest Equipment Issues For Corn And Soybeans, H. Mark Hanna Sep 1993

Disaster Recovery: Forage Harvest Equipment Issues For Corn And Soybeans, H. Mark Hanna

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Equipment and safety issues for harvesting damaged corn or soybeans as forage.


Disaster Recovery: Harvesting Corn And Soybeans, H. Mark Hanna Sep 1993

Disaster Recovery: Harvesting Corn And Soybeans, H. Mark Hanna

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Provides tips for harvesting in less than ideal conditions to limit harvest losses and maintain acceptable grain quality.


Good Wells For Safe Water, Thomas D. Glanville Mar 1993

Good Wells For Safe Water, Thomas D. Glanville

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

The best defenses against well contamination are good construction, periodic inspection and maintenance, and regular water testing. Detailed construction features are described here to help you plan new wells or inspect and repair existing ones.