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Practices and contract life for filter strip and buffer practices eligible for use under the continuous CRP sign up. Eligible Practice Contract Life Grassed waterways 10 years Grass filter strips years Contour buffer strips 10 years Riparian forest buffers years Field wind breaks years Farmstead wind breaks years Reference: Minimum filter strip width recommended by NRCS for maximum field to filter area ratio of Standards and Specifications No. Vegetative filter strips, sometimes referred to as grass filter strips or grass buffer strips, are areas that are seeded to close growing or sod forming grasses at locations where runoff water leaves a field within and next to cropland.
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Parking Lot Filter Strips Filter strips are gently sloping, vegetated areas adjacent to impervious surfaces. They are intended to reduce impacts of sheet flow and velocity of stormwater and help improve its water quality. Sometimes referred to as vegetated filter strips, grassed filter strips, grassed filters or buffer strips, they help remove sediments, other pollutants and increase infiltration. Pollutant removal appears to depend on the width of the filter, a feet wide strip being superior to a 75 feet wide strip. Originally developed as an agricultural treatment practice, filter strips have now become a common urban stormwater management practice.