Diffuse pollution from agriculture is a significant environmental issue and has implications for Scotland achieving the targets set out in River Basin Management Plans for water bodies to achieve good status.
Following the publication of a research report A state of knowledge overview of identified pathways of diffuse pollutants to the water environment earlier this year, practical guidance has now been developed on soil management practices to help farmers and land managers a prevent diffuse water pollution.
The project was carried out by researchers from SRUC and JHI and funded by CREW.
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