Minimum Tillage Or No Tillage (Zero tillage) is a production system in which soil cultivation is kept to the minimum necessary for crop establishment and growth.  The table below provides links to existing practical information on the use of minimum tillage in agriculture.

 Title Language Country Format  Description  Link
Cultivation techniques to protect soils EN UK Fact sheet Provides steps to success and a farmer case study http://www.theriverstrust.org/media/2017/04/Pinpoint-23.0-Cultivation-techniques-to-protect-soils-Minimum-tillage.pdf
Minimum tillage EN UK Technical Note Technical requirements for minimum tillage and three farmer case studies file:///C:/Users/s2100489/Downloads/tn553minimumtillage%20(1).pdf
 No Till 101 EN USA Website American webpage with information on no-till systems. https://www.no-tillfarmer.com/topics/88-no-till-101
Soils 3: Compaction EN UK website, videos,  Farmers Academy webpage with videos and information on compaction.

https://www.fwi.co.uk/academy/lesson/soils-3-compaction

Minimum Tillage Guide

EN UK Guidance document Guidance on minimum tillage from Kuhn Farm Machinery company

http://www.kuhn.co.uk/internet/prospectus.nsf/0/2B4AFFE429F99E98C125715D002F62FA/

$File/KUHN_Guide_TCS_GB.pdf

Minimum tillage with imported poultry litter and crop rotations EN  UK  Farmer case study The effects and costs on a farm of implmenting minimum tillage over 10 years http://gya.co.uk/docs/Case%20study%2028.pdf

 

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