There are many management strategies for improving soil productivity. Crop rotation or cropping sequence is proven to be very effective in addressing concerns related to soil, water, and environment quality from long- or short-term perspectives. Producers who are innovative in diversifying their cropping systems and management strategies will be more successful than others who are not.
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Al-Kaisi, Mahdi; Hanna, H. Mark; and Tidman, Michael, "Crop rotation considerations for 2004 management season rotation" (2003). Integrated Crop Management News. 1630.
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