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Effects of controlled traffic in corn plots

Effects of controlled traffic in corn plots

Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (86-1049): 23

Effects of several tractor passes on both sides, one side, neither side, or on top of maize rows on chiselled amd no-till plots were studied over two crop seasons. No-till plots were superior to chiselled plots particularly during the first year due to early emergence in no-till plots. Traffic on both sides of rows had a slight undesirable effect on early plant growth compared to the traffic on neither side of rows.

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