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Conventional tillage beside strip tillage.
In conventional tillage (left), a winter rye cover crop has been mixed with the soil, while in strip tillage (right), the rye residue is left on the soil surface. (David Bosch, D3495-1).
Peanut crop planted in strip tillage.
A young peanut crop growing in a strip-tilled field. Residue between the rows of peanut reduces erosion and increases water infiltration. (David Bosch, D3496-1).
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