Controlling compaction: Do's and don'ts
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Lawrence, Joe; Wright, Peter
Farming is ever-changing and improvements to perform timely field operations can impact soil health. Larger, road-ready trucks and equipment with higher tire pressures and larger axle loads made to spread manure, plant, spray and harvest quicker can cause severe soil compaction. Predicted wetter seasons and the need to maximize crop yields and forage quality increases the time pressure for field operations.
compaction; soil; yield