Reducing tillage intensity Ð a review of results from a long-term study in Germany

  title={Reducing tillage intensity Ð a review of results from a long-term study in Germany},
  author={F. Tebru{\`E}ggea and R.-A. Du{\`E}ringb},
  • F. TebruÈggea, R.-A. DuÈringb
  • Published 1999
This paper reviews research performed at the Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen, Germany into the impact of different tillage systems on soil properties and quality. The impact of intensive soil tillage treatments on several soil properties was described by means of selected data obtained through long-term interdisciplinary research. The experiments were based on comparative application (long-term, up to 18 years investigations) of the respective tillage options on different soils (e.g. Eutric… CONTINUE READING
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