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The effects of tillage and planting methods on wind erosion

, : The effects of tillage and planting methods on wind erosion. Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 27(1): 243-253

In Turkey, wind erosion affect 330158 ha (1.5% of the agricultural area). The areas generally most susceptible to wind erosion are in central Turkey. Wind erosion follows the destruction of protective vegetation or plant residues.

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