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Effect of three tillage systems on bulk density, total soil porosity and pore size distribution of two soils (Typic Argiaquoll and Typic Hapludalf)

Effect of three tillage systems on bulk density, total soil porosity and pore size distribution of two soils (Typic Argiaquoll and Typic Hapludalf)

Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 7(3): 329-333

Core samples were taken from a seven year trial of tillage systems for corn (Zea mays) on two soil types in northern Indiana, USA. The soils were Runnymede loam (Typic Argiaquoll) and Tracy sand loam (Typic Hapludalf). The tillage systems were conventional spring plowed, chisel plowed and no-tillage (direct drilling) using a coulter planter. The samples were collected at the 0-10, 10-20 and 20-30 cm depths. Tillage systems affected bulk density, total porosity and pore size distribution.

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