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2007, vol. 32, iss. 3, pp. 25-32
Energetic aspects of heavy marsh soil tillage
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture
Abstract
With the increase of the use of heavy machinery in heavy marsh soil tillage, the degradation of soil physical conditions like the formation of a hardpan is becoming a problem. To improve such conditions, the effects of different tillage systems were investigated. The soil tillage is one of the greatest energy consumers in agriculture, and that is the reason why an experiment with different tillage systems and their influence on fuel consumption was carried. The compared tillage systems were the conventional tillage and the conservation or reduced tillage. Conservation tillage systems can be an important part of a sustainable agricultural system providing benefits for the farmers in terms of labor and fuel consumption; however, yield variability may discourage and slow adoption. Effects of ploughing and subsoiling treatment on growth and yield of crops depended on the weather and soil condition. Using the right tillage system may contribute to raised the energy demand for cultivation, increase profit, crop yields, soil improvement and protection of water resources.
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