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About the Iowa Nutrient Research Center

The Iowa Nutrient Research Center was established by the Iowa Board of Regents in response to legislation passed by the Iowa Legislature in 2013. The center pursues science-based approaches to areas that include evaluating the performance of current and emerging nutrient management practices, and providing recommendations on implementing the practices and developing new practices. Read more about About the Iowa Nutrient Research Center

Research Publications

    PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

    Peer-reviewed journal publications related to Iowa Nutrient Research Center-funded projects are now available as PDFs in the INRC Digital Repository at https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/inrc_pubs/, part of the Iowa Research Commons. INRC thanks the Iowa State University Library for its assistance to make these publications more widely accessible.  

     

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    Accomplishments

    The purpose of the Iowa Nutrient Research Center is to pursue a science-based approach to nutrient management research through evaluating the performance of current and emerging nutrient management practices, and using an adaptive management framework for providing recommendations for the implementation of nutrient management practices and the development of new nutrient management practices. Read more about Accomplishments