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Rational and minimum tillage in a long rotation. Annual report 1975 of investigations on the permanent tillage experiment field IB 0011 on the Dr H.J.Lovink farm at Marknesse



Rational and minimum tillage in a long rotation. Annual report 1975 of investigations on the permanent tillage experiment field IB 0011 on the Dr H.J.Lovink farm at Marknesse



Rapport, Instituut voor Bodemvruchtbaarheid (18-77): 21



Trials begun in 1968 compared zero tillage (seedbed preparation only where necessary) with rational tillage (ploughing + seedbed preparation) in the rotation spring barley/fibre flax + white clover/potatoes/winter wheat/oats/sugar beet. Results are reported for 3 crops in 1975. Dry weather resulted in insufficient elongation of flax stems; yields of straw + capsules were much higher on non-ploughed plots.

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