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Soil compaction for controlled traffic cotton tillage



Soil compaction for controlled traffic cotton tillage



Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 89-1105): 9 pp.



Soil compaction, energy consumption and yield for 2 controlled traffic cultivation systems for cotton production were compared with a conventional system in a 3-yr study.

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