The University of Minnesota Extension agricultural drainage team brings University research to producers and industry professionals to improve water management practices.
The University of Minnesota Extension irrigation team uses University research to help producers optimize crop yields and protect water resources by maximizing the efficiency of water use.
The University of Minnesota Extension climate and weather team brings University research to a wide audience on issues such as climate change, weather hazards, and flood forecasting to ensure the safety of Minnesotans.
Our Manure and Air Quality research, and outreach programs focus on developing and executing innovative, practical, economically feasible, and environmentally-sound manure management strategies for livestock and crop producers in Minnesota.
Nutrient management research focuses on helping farmers and ag professionals optimize crop production using appropriate nutrient inputs while minimizing effects on the environment..
The University of Minnesota Extension tillage team brings university research to agricultural producers, crop consultants, local governments, and landowners on such topics as long-term profitability of conservation tillage systems, tillage effects on soil quality, nutrient management in conservation tillage, and soil compaction that will improve the profitability of Minnesota crops.