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Investigation of tillage systems with respect to soil organic matter content and applications in Kadnhan and Ilgn towns of Konya


, : Investigation of tillage systems with respect to soil organic matter content and applications in Kadnhan and Ilgn towns of Konya. Proceedings of the 5th International Congress on Mechanization and Energy in Agriculture, Kusadasi, 12-14 October 1993 5: 210-218

Different tillage systems were investigated for their ability to maintain or increase soil organic matter levels. Data from a questionnaire sent to Kadnhan and Igln towns of Konya are described as are the opinions of local farmers. Conservation tillage was the most common system but problems with low rates of stubble degradation were frequent since stubble-mulch systems were unknown in the region.

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