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In agriculture mulch tillage or mulch-till fall under the umbrella term of conservation tillage in the United States and refer to seeding methods where a hundred percent of the soil surface is disturbed by tillage whereby crop residues are mixed with the soil and a certain amount of residues remain on the soil surface. A great variety of cultivator implements are used to perform mulch-till.
Mulch is material to regulate heat. This is done by covering it with any material like rice, straw or leaves or food waste.
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- Mulch-till – High Intensity Residue and Tillage Management – Irrigated Cropland, USDA – NRCS Conservation Practice Job Sheet ID- 345, JS- 19
- USDA – NRCS Tillage Practice Guide
- USDA – NRCS Residue Management Mulch-till, Alabama Guide Sheet AL 329B
- USDA – NRCS Residue Management Mulch-till, Conservation Practice Job Sheet PA345
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