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Increased soil aeration during upland crop rotation can in cases also improves soil N mineralisation and rice crop uptake of soil N (Olk et al.
The dynamics and maximum value of the LAI were significantly determined by fertilization and the crop rotation had also a strong effect, though it varied with the year (Pepo and Vari, 2014).
The Green Revolution took hold and a majority of the modern world turned to chemical fertilizers, relieving some of the need for crop rotation.
When developing ways to improve soil fertility, primary importance in farming systems is given to crop rotation, that is, to the influence of agricultural crops and their alternation on biological factors of fertility, such as biological activity, soil biota, and the phytosanitary condition [23].
Crop rotation can be employed in order to include the allelopathic crops in rotation.
The land management practice most commonly reported by communes was crop rotation (reported by 31 of 45 communes, or 69 percent).
But avoidance and crop rotation may not always be economically feasible.
This guide to raising and utilizing horses interweaves the animal-centered practices with other traditional techniques, such as crop rotation, that are often bypassed in industrialized agriculture.
The agriculture ministers had objected when the finance ministers dictated in February that 30% of the available funds had to be devoted to prescribed Rural Development objectives, such as crop rotation, retention of permanent pasture and ecological focus areas.
Ideally, try to include veg from each of the main crop groups, brassicas, leafy salads, roots and legumes (peas and beans), and plan your crop rotation, so that no crop is grown in the same spot two years running.
Ideally, try to include veg from each of the main crop groups - brassicas, leafy salads, roots and legumes (peas and beans) - and plan your crop rotation, so that no crop is grown in the same spot two years running.