Tillage, crop and climatic effects of runoff and tile drainage losses of nitrate and four herbicides

@inproceedings{Logan1994TillageCA,
  title={Tillage, crop and climatic effects of runoff and tile drainage losses of nitrate and four herbicides},
  author={Terry J. Logan and Donald J. Eckert and Douglas G. Beak},
  year={1994}
}
A four-year (1987–1990) field study in NW Ohio on a poorly drained, fine-textured soil (Mollic Ochraqualf) examined the effect of tillage (no-till versus fall moldboard plow) and crop type (maize, Zea mays, and soybean, Glycine max) on runoff and tile drainage losses of NO3-N and four commonly used herbicides (atrazine and alachlor on maize, metolachlor and metribuzin on soybeans). Weather was a significant variable with two years of drought (1978–1988) followed by very wet years (1989–1990… CONTINUE READING

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