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#IMP #AFO #NABARD 🔻🔻#TILLAGE_SYSTEMS🔻🔻 🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶🔶 ✓Tillage system consists of sequences of operations that manipulate the soil in order to produce a crop.
✓There are two types of tillage systems namely
i) conservation tillage system including
✓ No-till ✓ Ridge till ✓Mulch till systems
🔷Other than conservation tillage systems namely
✓reduced tillage system
✓ conventional tillage system
🔷Conservation_tillage (30 percent or more crop residue left after planting) Any tillage and planting system that covers 30 percent or more of the soil surface with crop residue, after planting, to reduce soil erosion by water or any system that maintains at least 1,120 kilogram per hectare of flat, small grain residue equivalent on the surface throughout the critical wind erosion period is called conservation tillage system Join Agriculture Exams Library Telegram channel
✓ (less than 30 percent crop residue left after planting)
✓Tillage systems that leave less than 30 percent crop residue after planting are not classified as conservation tillage.
🔷Reduced_till: Reduced-till systems leave 15-30 percent residue cover after planting or 560 to 1,120 kilograms per hectare of small grain residue equivalent throughout the critical wind erosion period.
Conventional-till systems leave less than 15 percent residue cover after planting, or less than 560 kilograms per hectare of small grain residue equivalent throughout the critical wind erosion period.
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