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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Hortaliças - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2018
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: LIMA, C. E. P.
GUEDES, I. M. R.
SILVA, J. da
ALCANTARA, F. A. de
MADEIRA, N. R.
CARVALHO, A. D. F. de
FONTENELLE, M. R.
Additional Information: CARLOS EDUARDO PACHECO LIMA, CNPH; ITALO MORAES ROCHA GUEDES, CNPH; JUSCIMAR DA SILVA, CNPH; FLAVIA APARECIDA DE ALCANTARA, CNPAF; NUNO RODRIGO MADEIRA, CNPH; AGNALDO D FERREIRA DE CARVALHO, CNPH; MARIANA RODRIGUES FONTENELLE, CNPH.
Title: Effects of five years adoption of no-tillage systems for vegetables crops in soil organic matter contents.
Publisher: Agricultural Sciences, v. 9, n. 1, 2018.
Pages: 12 p.
Language: en
Notes: e 82048.
Description: Vegetables productions systems are done normally with intense soil tillage causing a strong decline of soil quality. Use of conservation systems can be an alternative to recover this quality. In order to evaluate the effects of such systems on soil organic matter, an experiment has been conducted in randomized blocks design and factorial scheme 3 × 2: three soil management systems (no-tillage; reduced tillage and conventional tillage) and two cover crops (maize single; and intercropping maize with gray velvet bean―Stizolobium niveum); and repeated measures over time.
Thesagro: Manejo do Solo
NAL Thesaurus: No-tillage
Reduced tillage
Soil conservation
Soil management
Data Created: 2018-12-14
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