3 publications were found on Agriculture Policy
- Environmental Policy Statements: Explaining What You Do, How You Do It, and Where You Want To Go (C 959) By drafting an environmental policy statement, you can begin to "flesh out" what is likely already understood and practiced on your farm, and also provide a framework for future improvement and resource conservation.
- Land Application of Pulp Mill Lime Mud (B 1249) Lime mud is a by-product produced in pulp mills as part of the process that turns wood chips into pulp for paper. The pulp mill cooks wood chips with sodium hydroxide to extract the wood fiber used to make paper from the lignin that binds the wood together. During this process, sodium hydroxide is converted to sodium carbonate. The pulp mill than adds calcium oxide, also known as quicklime, to con…
- Metal Concentration Standards for Land Application of Biosolids and Other By-Products in Georgia (B 1353) This bulletin provides the general public a quick reference for some commonly used standards for metal concentrations in biosolids and various by-products intended for land application. Most of the standards presented here are regulatory; however, we have also included information on average metal concentrations in agricultural soils.