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Principles and Practices of Crop Rotation

Crop rotations have received considerable attention for the past number of years. This attention has been concerned, in large part, with disease due to greater awareness of the problem, increased acreages of broadleaf crops, shorter rotations, reduced summerfallow, reduced tillage, and a focus on zero tillage. Recent advances in integrated weed management, and in optimizing water and nutrient use have broadened the focus to include environmental stewardship.

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