Guest Editorial: Conservation Tillage for Organic Farming
AbstractThere is interest in reducing or even eliminating tillage in organic production systems. In this special Issue, research teams in Europe and North America summarize recent and on-going efforts to develop conservation-tillage systems that can be used on commercial organic farms. While progress is being made in the development of organic no-tillage (no-till) systems, considerable work still needs to be done before there will be wide-spread adoption by organic farmers. View Full-Text
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Carr, P.M. Guest Editorial: Conservation Tillage for Organic Farming. Agriculture 2017, 7, 19.
Carr PM. Guest Editorial: Conservation Tillage for Organic Farming. Agriculture. 2017; 7(3):19.Chicago/Turabian Style
Carr, Patrick M. 2017. "Guest Editorial: Conservation Tillage for Organic Farming." Agriculture 7, no. 3: 19.
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