Performance of a Variable Tillage System Based on Interactions with Landscape and Soil

@article{Ginting2004PerformanceOA,
  title={Performance of a Variable Tillage System Based on Interactions with Landscape and Soil},
  author={Daniel Ginting and John F. Moncrief and Satish C. Gupta},
  journal={Precision Agriculture},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={19-34}
}
Understanding tillage system interaction with landscape variability is important in prescribing appropriate tillage systems that are profitable and environmentally sound. A three-year (1997–1999) study was conducted on a gently sloping, poorly drained lacustrine landscape to evaluate tillage, landscape, and soil interactions on grain yield. Tillage systems investigated were a reduced tillage (RT) system [no-tillage after soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr), fall chisel plowing after corn (Zea mays… CONTINUE READING