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water quality standards for agricultural use

Posted by Pickwick (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 11, 05 at 13:32

hello;
...finding this difficult to investigate...I've been to several EPA sites:TMDA;STORET;Surf Your Watershed;Environmapper for Water;EPA Sediment Quality ;also the USDA ARS Water Quality site. Corresponding with my state Ag. Extension.Looking for river water analysis used for agricultural purposes similar to the format at: Washington State Department of Ecology Toxic Cleanup Program>Sediment Management>Sediment Quality Chemical Criteria
http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/tcp/smu/sed_chem.htm


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RE: water quality standards for agricultural use

should read: TMDL(total maximum daily load)http://www.epa.g/owow/tmdl/


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RE: heavy metals in organic soil

Not to profound, or profane, discussion of heavy metals in organic soil can be found at Rusted Roots .


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