Local farm family utilizing new ag innovation
The Natural Resource Conservation Service has partnered with a Tunica farmer to implement what, when completed, will become the first comprehensive tail water recovery system in the county.
The project, which is located on 500 acres of land owned by Mike Boyd, just off Bonnie Blue Road in central Tunica County, utilizes a complex system of ditches, pads–or small levees–and pumps to divert water to and from a water retention reservoir on an as-needed basis.
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