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Supporting data for the publication "Efficacy of mulch and tillage options to reduce runoff and soil loss from asparagus interrows"

posted on 2020-12-03, 14:23 authored by Joanna Niziolomski, Robert SimmonsRobert Simmons, Jane RicksonJane Rickson
In the UK, conventional asparagus cultivation practices on sloping land, erodible soils and increased frequency of extreme rainfall events combine to promote runoff generation and soil loss, particularly from interrows. This instrumented field study investigated the interactive effect of mulch and shallow soil disturbance (working depth of 0.175 m) on reducing runoff and soil loss.


Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC)

The Douglas Bomford Trust

Cranfield University

Cobrey Farms Ltd


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