Controlled traffic for sustainable cropping.

@inproceedings{Tullberg2001ControlledTF,
  title={Controlled traffic for sustainable cropping.},
  author={Jeff N. Tullberg},
  year={2001}
}
Comparisons between wheeled and non-wheeled soil in terms of energy input, hydrology, health and crop performance demonstrate that field traffic is often more significant than tillage as the driving process of soil degradation. Evidence presented here has been derived largely from experiments in the vertisols of Southeast Queensland, but is consistent with data from a range of other environments. It supports the assertion that many of the current problems of reduced tillage systems can be… CONTINUE READING

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