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|Title||Minimum Tillage Vegetable Crop Production in California|
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Tillage operations in vegetable production represent time, energy, equipment, and labor costs that can comprise more than 25% of preharvest production expenses. Reduced-tillage, or minimum-tillage, production systems for vegetables have been developed to control costs and optimize soil management.
ANR Publication 8132
Length: 10 pp.
Publication Date: 2004
|Date Added||Aug 6, 2008|
|Description||Tillage operations in vegetable production represent time, energy, equipment, and labor that can make up more than 25% of preharvest production costs. Reduced-tillage systems have been developed to control costs and optimize soil management.|
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