Compaction by agricultural vehicles: A review III. Incidence and control of compaction in crop production

@inproceedings{Soane1982CompactionBA,
  title={Compaction by agricultural vehicles: A review III. Incidence and control of compaction in crop production},
  author={Brennan D. Soane and James W. Dickson and D. J. V. Campbell},
  year={1982}
}
Abstract Modern systems of crop production are tending to increase both the number of passes and the loads carried on the wheels of agricultural vehicles. Therefore, compaction problems may arise, especially in seedbed preparation, spraying and harvesting operations. Because of the difficulty and cost of subsoil cultivation it appears likely that more importance will be attached to the avoidance of subsoil compaction since there is widespread evidence that such compaction may persist for many… CONTINUE READING

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