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Managing residue & storing precipitation
|Other titles||Managing residue and storing precipitation|
|Series||Conservation tillage facts -- 2-93, Conservation tillage facts -- 93-2|
|Contributions||United States. Agricultural Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Managing residue & storing precipitation. [Akron, Colo.?: Agricultural Research Service, ?] (OCoLC) Managing residue & storing precipitation.
([Akron, Colo.?: Agricultural Research Service, ?]), by United States. Agricultural Research Service (page images at HathiTrust) Farming with high residue for profit and erosion control: crop residue management it's a good way to farm.
Managing residue & storing precipitation. ([Akron, Colo.?: Agricultural Research Service, ?]), by United States. Agricultural Research Service (page images at HathiTrust) Soil organic matter levels in the central Great Plains / (Akron, CO: USDA-ARS ; Greeley, CO: USDA-NRCS, [?]), by Rudy Bowman, Mike Petersen, United States.
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However, precipitation storage during fallow is very inefficient (Peterson & Westfall, ), and little soil residue cover during fallow contributes to wind erosion even in fields under long-term.
There are three principles of soil water conservation: 1. Precipitation capture- storing precipitation in the soil. Water retention- retaining soil water for later use by crops.
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Vetch residue treatment had the highest WUE ( kg mm-1 ha-1) followed by mucuna treated plots ( kg mm-1 ha-1) and both were significantly different (p â‰¤ ) compared to the others.
Crop residue management was the most effective practice affecting SOC dynamics directly. A 50% removal of the residue from the field would reduce SOC by about g C m −2 (or %) in the year simulation. Figure shows that this decrease will continue after irrigation, crop residue has potential to reduce soil moisture evaporation losses by up to 40% across the season.
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The problem of low precipitation-storage efficiency has been only partially improved by modem tillage and residue management practices. Fallow storage efficiency has increased from the 10% range under intense tillage operation at the turn of this century to the 20–30% range under the modem no-till and residue management techniques.
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For example, the sections on tillage practices and soil compaction (Section 3) are based largely on studies on grain corn production, which is somewhat unfortunate because of the large difference in amount of crop residue.
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