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Vegetative techniques for reducing water erosion of cropland in the southeastern United States


Advances in Agronomy 37: 155-181
Vegetative techniques for reducing water erosion of cropland in the southeastern United States
The new cover cropping technology for limiting soil erosion is evaluated.


Accession: 001507176



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