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Controlled traffic farming systems in The Netherlands


Soil and Tillage Research 8: 65-76
Controlled traffic farming systems in The Netherlands
Fields were divided into strips consisting of a relatively large area of permanent beds with a loose soil structure, which is about optimal for plant growth, and narrow permanent lanes about 3 m apart designated for wheel traffic.

Accession: 001554988

DOI: 10.1016/0167-1987(86)90323-5

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