Shaw: Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Sep 26, 2014 07:28 AM CDT

This past week I've been involved in improving the drainage on my farm. Drainage in my part of Ontario is essential for successful crop growth. Without it, you are starting behind the eight ball for any crop you grow. You could have the greatest fertility in the world and the greatest machinery management but if your crop is underwater most of the time, nothing is going to grow. So the tiling machines are running.

About three years ago, I noticed on one particular farm some drainage issues. It was wet where it wasn't supposed to be and I made the ...

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