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Residue harvesting in the Palouse: problems and potentials

Residue harvesting in the Palouse: problems and potentials

Agricultural Engineering 61(12): 14-16

Soil erosion by water on sloping ground with a range of soil types, crop rotations, rainfall and tillage systems was estimated using the Universal Soil Loss Equation. Crop yield data were used to estimate the crop residues available, and it was assumed that when soil losses reached certain levels, no more residue would be available for harvest.

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