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Multiple grain rotations with minimum tillage in semiarid climates--equipment needs and use Ecofarming, soil erosion



Multiple grain rotations with minimum tillage in semiarid climates--equipment needs and use Ecofarming, soil erosion



Proceedings of symposia: IX International Congress of Plant Protection Washington DC USA August 5-11-1979 editor Thor Kommedahl: 5




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