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  1. Constructed Wetlands (NRCS 656)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/constructed-wetlands-nrcs-656

    recorded. Where effluent can be irrigated onto cropland, or discharged into a vegetative treatment area. ... agricultural production. Cost analyses should take into account the cost of the wetland as well as the acres ... Generally considered cost efficient with a cost per unit of nutrient reduction range from $1.60 to $5.00/Kg ...

  2. Amending Soils with Lime or Gypsum (NRCS 333)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/amending-soils-lime-or-gypsum-nrcs-333

    magnesium (5%) carbonates. A variety of materials have neutralizing capabilities but are generally less ... to adjust pH into the range suggested for different plant species. A water quality benefit has not ... buffer pH value, which is used to determine the amount of lime needed to correct a soil water pH into ...

  3. Phosphorus Removal Structure (NRCS 782)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/phosphorus-removal-structure-nrcs-782

    flows of water into a structure containing P absorbent media. The water flows through the media where ... dependent. Structures can generally be placed in non-production spaces such as buffer areas near the field ... generally 2-3 times the agronomic STP need of many crops grown. Fields with a STP value of 100 mg/kg Mehlich ...

  4. Vegetated Treatment Area (NRCS 635)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/vegetated-treatment-area-nrcs-635

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/submit/email-general-questions-comments-or-concerns Vegetated Treatment Area (NRCS 635) ...

  5. Riparian Forest Buffers (NRCS 391)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/riparian-forest-buffers-nrcs-391

    Its purpose is to prevent sediments and pollutants from directly discharging into aquatic ecosystems. ... revegetated or rebuilt (e.g., by way of stream bank reengineering), costs can increase quickly. In general ... https://agbmps.osu.edu/submit/email-general-questions-comments-or-concerns NRCS Standard 391: Riparian Forest Buffer ...

  6. Restored Wetlands (NRCS 657)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/restored-wetlands-nrcs-657

    removed from agricultural production. Cost analyses should take into account the cost of the wetland as ... https://agbmps.osu.edu/submit/email-general-questions-comments-or-concerns Consult your SWCD, NRCS or a wetland contractor as proper siting, vegetation, and construction are ... critical. General design criteria are established for all purposes that establish minimum embankment ...

  7. Filter Strips/Grassed Riparian Buffers (NRCS 393 & 390)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/filter-stripsgrassed-riparian-buffers-nrcs-393-390

    discharged into surface water systems such as ditches and streams. It improves ditch and streambank ... associated with the sediment. When the flow velocity decreases, some of the runoff will move into the ground ... https://agbmps.osu.edu/submit/email-general-questions-comments-or-concerns Ohio NRCS Standard 390: Riparian Herbaceous Cover Ohio NRCS Standard 393: Filter Strip ...

  8. Environmental Law

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/our-library/environmental-law

    because there was no evidence that the runoff was a result of rainwater coming into contact with the ... manure and flowing into the nearby river. State ex rel. Atty. Gen. of Ohio v. State Line Agri, Inc. ...

  9. Critical Area Planting (NRCS 342)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/critical-area-planting-nrcs-342

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/submit/email-general-questions-comments-or-concerns Critical Area Planting (NRCS 342) ...

  10. Open Channel/Two-Stage Ditch (NRCS 582)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/open-channeltwo-stage-ditch-nrcs-582

    field tiles falls on to a vegetated bench rather than into the ditch’s main flow of water. Vegetation is ... https://agbmps.osu.edu/submit/email-general-questions-comments-or-concerns Extensive design details are provided in  NRCS Standard 582: Open Channel ...

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