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Notice of Proposed Changes to Section 4 of the Iowa State Technical Guide

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Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), U.S. Department of Agriculture.


Notice of availability of proposed changes in the Iowa NRCS Start Printed Page 1303State Technical Guide for review and comment.


It has been determined by the NRCS State Conservationist for Iowa that changes must be made in the NRCS State Technical Guide specifically in Section 4, Practice Standards and Specifications #590, Nutrient Management, to account for improved technology. This practice can be used in systems that treat highly erodible land.


Comments will be received on or before February 7, 2001.

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Leroy Brown, State Conservationist, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Federal Building, 210 Walnut Street, 693 Federal Building, Des Moines, Iowa 50309; at 515/284-4260; fax 515/284-4394.

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Section 343 of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 states that revisions made after enactment of the law to NRCS State technical guides used to carry out highly erodible land and wetland provisions of the law shall be made available for public review and comment. For the next 30 days the NRCS will receive comments relative to the proposed changes. Following that period a determination will be made by the NRCS regarding disposition of those comments and a final determination of change will be made.

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Dated: December 26, 2000.

Dennis Pate,

Assistant State Conservationist-Technology.

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[FR Doc. 01-400 Filed 1-5-01; 8:45 am]