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cutterjar 9831 244 Cotton in flattened stubble either
Cotton in flattened stubble
This cotton is at the E.V. Smith Research Farm in Auburn,
AL. It was planted directly into a rolled down cover crop
(rye I think). The difference between this cotton and the
neighboring conventional tillage plots is quite remarkable.
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Closer shot of the rolled stubble.
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Dr. Paul Mask (Auburn Univ.) examining the soil
characteristics under the stubble layer.
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Very nice your pictures of no-till cotton.
In south of Brazil are not cotton crops, but only from
Paraná State to Northeast.
In farms of Paraná and Cerrado (central of country) are
large areas with no-till cotton.

Have a nice day.......
Flávio Gassen :-)
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