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Farm Progress Reports

Number

RFR-A1780

Farm

Armstrong Research and Demonstration Farm

Department

Agronomy

Abstract

Tillage systems and crop rotation significantly affect soil productivity and quality in the long-term by affecting soil carbon and the soil physical, biological, and chemical properties. Additionally, tillage systems and crop rotations control weed and soilborne diseases. There is need for a well-defined, long-term tillage and crop rotation study across the different soils types and climate conditions in the state. The objective of this study was to evaluate the long-term effects of different tillage systems and crop rotations on soil quality and productivity.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31274/farmprogressreports-180814-1913

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