Tillage practices used in modern agriculture, what are they?

Tillage practices used in modern agriculture, what are they?

Farmers have evolved from the days of moldboard plowing to no-till practices and everything in between. Concerns over soil erosion, soil structure, fuel and equipment costs have changed the way American farmers till the land.



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