Farming for Cleaner Air: Pulling Together to Make Progress (Obsolete)
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|Description||The 1999 field burning season marked the start of a seven-year commitment by wheat growers to cut smoke emissions from field burning by 50 percent. This document explains the reasons for reducing field burning and tells where to get information about complying with the reductions.|
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|Keywords||particulate matter, air, agricultural, smoke, field burning, air quality, agricultural burning, agriculture|
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