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Controlled-traffic, reduced-tillage research for cotton production in the United States



Controlled-traffic, reduced-tillage research for cotton production in the United States



Proceedings of the International Soil Tillage Research Organization, ISTRO 8th Conference 1979 Volume 2: 339-345



Studies on the effects of soil compaction on the yield and growth of cotton and on the effects of various tillage treatments on soil compaction are reviewed and research on the reduction of recompaction by confining tractor wheel traffic to specific pathways is discussed.

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