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Experimental studies of the germination and emergence of wheat as affected by soil shear strength are reported. A fine sand under saturated conditions was used as the seed bed and the shear strength… (More)
A sequence of lettuce and tomato crops was grown in a field experiment on a sandy loam soil in order to study the relationship between soil tillage and plant growth under the near optimal water and… (More)
This work explores the consequences of using zero-tillage for irrigated vegetable production. The research is based on the hypothesis that, under the well-watered and adequately fertilized conditions… (More)
Abstract Soil temperature and soil strength are the most important soil factors affecting the germination and emergence of seedlings when soil moisture status and aeration are not limiting. Wheat… (More)
Classical double-layer theory is adapted to consider drainage under gravity, air-drying, rewetting with distilled water or with solution, and cation exchange when the double-layer is under a very… (More)
Abstvact The rationale of characterizing seed beds prepared for wheat by describing the environment at a distance from the plant/soil interface by a selected number of measurements on a bulk basis in… (More)