Conservation agriculture improves yield and reduces weeding activity in sandy soils of Cambodia

@article{Edralin2017ConservationAI,
  title={Conservation agriculture improves yield and reduces weeding activity in sandy soils of Cambodia},
  author={Don A. Edralin and Gilbert C. Sigua and Merit Reyes Reyes and Michael J. Mulvaney and Susan S. Andrews},
  journal={Agronomy for Sustainable Development},
  year={2017},
  volume={37},
  pages={1-11}
}
The years of intensive tillage in Cambodia have caused significant decline in agriculture’s natural resources that could threaten its future of agricultural production and sustainability. Conventional tillage could cause rapid loss of soil organic matter, leading to a high potential for soil degradation and decline of environmental quality. Hence, a better and comprehensive process-based understanding of differential effects of tillage systems and crop management on crop yield is critically… CONTINUE READING
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