Conventional tillage refers to tillage operations considered standard for a specific location and crop and that tend to bury the crop residues; usually considered as a base for determining the cost effectiveness of erosion control practices.

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  • Conventional tillage refers to tillage operations considered standard for a specific location and crop and that tend to bury the crop residues; usually considered as a base for determining the cost effectiveness of erosion control practices. (en)
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  • Report for Congress: Agriculture: A Glossary of Terms, Programs, and Laws, 2005 Edition
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  • Jasper Womach
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  • http://ncseonline.org/nle/crsreports/05jun/97-905.pdf
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  • Conventional tillage refers to tillage operations considered standard for a specific location and crop and that tend to bury the crop residues; usually considered as a base for determining the cost effectiveness of erosion control practices. (en)
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  • Conventional tillage (en)
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