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Long term effects of tillage system and crop rotation on soil physical and chemical properties in a Brookston clay loam at Ridgetown, ON

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Title: Long term effects of tillage system and crop rotation on soil physical and chemical properties in a Brookston clay loam at Ridgetown, ON
Author: Van Eerd, L.L.; Congreves, K.A.; Smith, J.; Nemeth, D.D.; Hooker, D.C.
Abstract: A poster outlining two long‐term trials at Ridgetown, Ontario, where the objective was to assess the impact of tillage systems and crop rotation on soil quality using the Cornell Soil Health Assessment (CSHA), soil organic carbon (SOC), and total N.
Description: Poster presentation. Presented July 2013 at the Canadian Society of Soil Science AGM
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/7564
Date: 2013-07
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