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TILLAGE SYSTEM FOR COTTON UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITIONS
Year:
1977
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הדס, אביבה
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Wolf, Dan
Hadas, Amos
Meirson, Itzhak
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Cotton grown in Israel under semi-arid conditions requires sophisticated management systems and high input in soil tillage. Field data from farms were collected and processed. Tillage operations, their costs and yield interactions were analyzed. The main conclusions from the accumulated data analysis are: the ″required minimum″ in tillage operations, as a function of time, climate, soil and various other sources, can and should be identified; number of operations and their intensity should be cut down accordingly, in order to decrease energy input and to avoid soil compaction when wet; new tillage techniques and machinery have to be studied in order to control the soil growing conditions.
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Agricultural engineering
COTTON
tillage
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Scientific Publication
TILLAGE SYSTEM FOR COTTON UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITIONS
Wolf, Dan
Hadas, Amos
Meirson, Itzhak
TILLAGE SYSTEM FOR COTTON UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITIONS
Cotton grown in Israel under semi-arid conditions requires sophisticated management systems and high input in soil tillage. Field data from farms were collected and processed. Tillage operations, their costs and yield interactions were analyzed. The main conclusions from the accumulated data analysis are: the ″required minimum″ in tillage operations, as a function of time, climate, soil and various other sources, can and should be identified; number of operations and their intensity should be cut down accordingly, in order to decrease energy input and to avoid soil compaction when wet; new tillage techniques and machinery have to be studied in order to control the soil growing conditions.
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