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View Resource Conservation Tillage

The term conservation tillage refers to a number of strategies and techniques for establishing crops in a previous crop?s residues, which are purposely left on the soil surface. The principal b...

https://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/summaries/summary.php?pub=1...
View Resource Intercropping Principles and Production Practices

Intercropping offers farmers the opportunity to engage nature?s principle of diversity on their farms. Spatial arrangements of plants, planting rates, and maturity dates must be considered when p...

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/PDF/intercrop.pdf
View Resource Pursuing Conservation Tillage Systems for Organic Crop Production

This publication takes a brief look at conservation tillage as it may be applied to organic cropping systems. A number of the most promising strategies and technologies are described, and abstracts...

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/conservationtillage_organic....
View Resource Principles of Sustainable Weed Management for Croplands

To some extent, weeds are a result of crop production, but to a larger extent they are a consequence of management decisions. Managing croplands according to nature?s principles will reduce weed p...

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/PDF/weed.pdf
View Resource Remediation of Soil Contamination: Technologies, Their Limitations and Costs

Lists in-situ and off-site decontamination techniques and attached costs.

http://www.bfafh.de/inst4/43/ppt/2remedia.pdf
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