New ways of stubble cultivation

Defeat your root weeds with stubble cultivation!

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Problem
Creeping thistles, couch grass and broad-leaved docks cause more and more trouble in organic agriculture. In order to keep them at bay, a stubble cultivation adapted to the soil type and crop rotation needs to be developed.
Solution
The video shows the functionalities as well as the strengths and weaknesses of different machines that can be used for stubble cultivation. Organic farmers talk about their soil type and their experiences with stubble cultivation and the different machines.
Description
Creeping thistles, couch grass and broad-leaved docks cause more and more trouble in organic agriculture. In order to keep them at bay, a stubble cultivation adapted to the soil type and crop rotation needs to be developed. Just after the harvest is the best time to weaken the root weeds. Nowadays, many different machines are available, such as disc harrows, flat cultivators and skimmers. Each of the three types provides a soil-preserving alternative to the plough. However, which machine is best for which soil and crop rotation? The video helps to answer this question. It shows the functionalities as well as the strengths and weaknesses of different machines that can be used for stubble cultivation. Organic farmers talk about their soil type and their experiences with stubble cultivation and the different machines.
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Theme
Soil quality and fertility, Weed management
Languages
German, Hungarian language


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