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Physical soil properties of conventional tillage and no-tillage, in crop rotation and succession, compared with natural pasture

Physical soil properties of conventional tillage and no-tillage, in crop rotation and succession, compared with natural pasture

Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 28(1): 155-163

In soils with naturally favorable characteristics for cultivation, conventional tillage degrades the physical soil properties, since this management system causes the rupture of aggregates, soil compaction, and eliminates soil cover. No-tillage, on the other hand, maintains soil cover and improves physical properties, but consolidates the surface layer. This study was conducted on a Haplumbrept soil, from May 1995 to April 2001.

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