Date of Award:

5-1957

Document Type:

Thesis

Degree Name:

Master of Science (MS)

Department:

Plants, Soils, and Climate

Department name when degree awarded

Soil Physics

Advisor/Chair:

Sterling Taylor

Abstract

Since the beginning of soil tilled agriculture, there have been many controversies as to the proper kinds and amounts of soil tillage required to establish and produce a crop. These controversies have ranged far and wide between farmers, extension service personnel, agricultural specialists, in fact almost every person connected with agriculture has his own unique concept of what constitutes proper tillage. The concepts vary widely from a no tillage program, for certain perennial row crops, to the extreme dust mulch program.

Checksum

9640ae37140b44fedd0f00bd58eb3eed

Included in

Life Sciences Commons

Share

COinS