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Tillage tool influences on incorporated wheat residues

Tillage tool influences on incorporated wheat residues

Tillage and traffic in crop production Proceedings of the 11th international conference of the International Soil and Tillage Research Organization, Edinburgh, UK, 11-15 July 1988: 445-450

Depth and uniformity of incorporated crop residues can have significantly different effects in various tillage systems. Incorporated residue and dry bulk density measured in 20 mm increments showed distinct influences of primary tillage on burial patterns. Less than 45% of wheat residue was buried above 0.1 m with a mouldboard plough, while a chisel and a sweep buried 60 and 80%, resp., of the residue above 0.05 m.

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