Teagasc carried out research examining the relationship between economic, agricultural activity and settlement related characteristics and the quality of water in rivers.
The relationship between agricultural activity and water quality has improved in the last decade, according to Teagasc Head of Rural Economy and Development, Prof Cathal O’Donoghue.
He was speaking today (Thursday) at the Teagasc National Agri-Environment Conference in Tullamore.
Teagasc carried out research examining the relationship between economic, agricultural activity and settlement related characteristics and the quality of water in rivers. The work took into consideration local hydrological conditions utilising spatial environmental attributes such as soils, slope, rainfall and so on…..
Farmer’s Journal. 13/11/2014 Read the article ‘Impact of agriculture on water quality is improving