Long-term tillage effects on seed banks in three Ohio soils

@inproceedings{Cardina1991LongtermTE,
  title={Long-term tillage effects on seed banks in three Ohio soils},
  author={J. A. Cardina and Emmie Regnir and Kent E. Harrison},
  year={1991}
}
Soils from long-term tillage plots at three locations in Ohio were sampled to determine composition and size of weed seed banks following 25 yr of continuous no-tillage, minimum-tillage, or conventional-tillage corn production. The same herbicide was applied across tillage treatments within each year and an untreated permanent grass sod was sampled for comparison. Seed numbers to a 15-cm depth were highest in the no-tillage treatment in the Crosby silt loam (77 800 m-2) and Wooster silt loam… CONTINUE READING

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