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Quantitative and qualitative comparison of three wet aggregate stability methods using a long-term tillage system and crop rotation experiment

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Title: Quantitative and qualitative comparison of three wet aggregate stability methods using a long-term tillage system and crop rotation experiment
Author: Van Eerd, L.L.; DeBruyn, A.H.; Ouellette, L.; Hooker, D.C.; Robinson, D.E.
Abstract: Automated wet-sieving is preferred for this clay loam soil due to better sensitivity and savings (time and disposables) despite a larger capital investment. Rotations with greater frequency of winter wheat and no-till com-pared with conventional plow system had greater wet aggregate stability values, indicating better surface soil quality.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10214/21251
Date: 2018
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Related Publications: L.L. Van Eerd, A.H. DeBruyn, L. Ouellette, D.C. Hooker, D.E. Robinson (2018). Quantitative and qualitative comparison of three wet aggregate stability methods using a long-term tillage system and crop rotation experiment. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 98(4), 738–742. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjss-2018-0101


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