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Water Savings through Conservation Tillage C 916

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Gary L. Hawkins, Public Service Assistant

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Conservation tillage is a systems approach that has benefits such as reduced fuel usage, improved soil quality, and reduced erosion. Conservation tillage systems, coupled with the use of cover crops, increase water infiltration by as much as 30 to 45 percent.

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