Crop Sequences in No-tillage System: Effects on Soil Fertility and Soybean... 417

@inproceedings{Marcelo2009CropSI,
  title={Crop Sequences in No-tillage System: Effects on Soil Fertility and Soybean... 417},
  author={Adolfo Valente Marcelo and Jos{\'e} Eduardo Cor{\'a} and Carolina Gonçalves Fernandes and M. Martins and Ricardo Falqueto Jorge and MANEJO E CONSERVAÇ{\~A}O and DO SOLO and E DA {\'A}GUA and A. Valente},
  year={2009}
}
Decomposing crop residues in no-tillage system can alter soil chemical properties, which may consequently influence the productivity of succession crops. The objective of this study was to evaluate soil chemical properties and soybean, maize and rice yield, grown in the summer, after winter crops in a no-tillage system. The experiment was carried out in Jaboticabal, SP, Brazil (21 ° 15 ’ 22 ’’ S; 48 ° 18 ’ 58 ’’ W) on a Red Latosol (Oxisol), in a completely randomized block design, in strip… CONTINUE READING
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