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HILLSBORO, MD--05/22/20-- Barley blows in the wind near Hillsboro, Md. Experimental crops, such as barley engineered to better retain nitrogen, are being tested to reduce runoff into rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. By over fertilizing the land. Maryland farms are a contributing factor in the degradation of the overall health of the Chesapeake Bay. GLENN FAWCETT/SUN STAFF MANDATORY CREDIT: Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT

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HILLSBORO, MD--05/22/20-- Barley blows in the wind near Hillsboro, Md. Experimental crops, such as barley engineered to better retain nitrogen, are being tested to reduce runoff into rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. By over fertilizing the land. Maryland farms are a contributing factor in the degradation of the overall health of the Chesapeake Bay.  GLENN FAWCETT/SUN STAFF MANDATORY CREDIT:  Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT