The Effect Of Tillage Practices On The Nutrient Content And Yield Of Corn

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Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Long-Term Effect of Tillage Practices and Nitrogen Fertilization on Corn Yield. C. Bonini Pires, M.M. Sarto, J.S. Lin, W. Davis, and C.W. Rice. Summary. The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of different tillage systems and nitrogen (N) fertilizers on corn yield. Higher corn yields (207 bu/a and 203 bu/a) were

The Effect of Fertilizer Placement on Nutrient Uptake and

tilled corn were higher than mulch tilled corn at both sampling dates, but these differences were significant (5% level) for the mature plant only. Table 2. Ef'f'ects of' tillage and f'ertilizer treatments on the nutrient content and yield of' corn - 19~ Gras of' 11-P-I Per Plant Treataent JlDle 26 )(ature Plant Tillage:Fertilizer11 Ill p K p K

Effect of Nutrient Management on Nutrient Uptake and

Aug 01, 2019 Effect of tillage practices Data on total N, P and K uptake by the crop indicates that tillage practices significantly influenced the nitrogen uptake by the crop. Maximum uptake of N, P and K was recorded under bed planting tillage practices. The maximum total nitrogen uptake of 216.02

Corn Residue Harvesting Effects on Yield Response to N

2009 than 2010. At the time of this report, corn yields were not available for 2011. Tillage system had no effect on corn yield in 2009 (Fig. 4 and Table 2). In 2010, the chisel plow system resulted in an average (across N rate) 13 bu/acre higher yield and an 8 bu/acre higher YEONR compared to no-till. Removing residue increased corn yield (Fig

2016 Manure Incorporation and Reduced Tillage Corn Trial

Vertical-tillage lightly tills the top 2-3 of the soil, as the implement is pulled quickly across a field to produce a uniform seedbed without deep tillage. Little research has been done in the region to assess the combined effects of manure application and reduced tillage practices on silage corn yields and quality.

Short-term Effect of Soil Management Practices on Corn Yields

Significant increased of crop yield under conventional tillage in 2011 (Fig 1). By 2014, no tillage and no cover practices significantly increased the corn yield (Fig. 3 & 5). This research is part of a regional collaborative project supported by the USDA -NIFA,

Corn Production as Affected by Nitrogen Application Timing

tive with more conventional tillage practices. Randall (Bundy, 1986; Randall and Schmitt, 1998). Comparisons et al. (2001) showed that fall strip tillage (ST) for corn of corn yield with fall or preplant N application have following soybean produced greater yields than NT on been variable. Fall application (mid-November) pro-

Effect of rate and time of nitrogen fertilizer application on

consistently increased grain yield, but had less effect on harvest-index. Split application of nitrogen had a favorable effect on grain yield and total biomass with 120 kg nitrogen rate per hectare (Tilahun et al., 1997). Wheat grain is the staple food of the Ethiopian highlanders and wheat straw

Rye cover crop biomass, nutrient composition and crop

Patel, Swetabh, Rye cover crop biomass, nutrient composition and crop management practices to enhance corn yield (2016). Graduate Theses and Dissertations 15787.

2019 Field Research - Bayer

Corn Yield Response to Tillage 293.2 277.9 201 256 291.7 270.1 198.2 252 282.7 264.8 192.6 245.2 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 2017 2018 2019 Three-Year Avg. Average Yield (bu/acre) Effect of Tillage on Corn Yield Vertical Tillage Strip Tillage Conventional Tillage

Crop Rotation and Tillage Effects on Soil Physical and

The management practices of crop rotation and tillage influ-ence the soil properties, and understanding the long-term effect of these practices is essential to maintaining optimal soil prop-erties. While a number of studies have reported on the effects of CS crop rotations on soil properties (Huggins et al., 2007;

Producer Adoption of Genetically Modified Corn and Its Impact

U.S. average corn yields have been on a steady rise since the early 1900 s. This rise has been attributed to many factors including improved breeding practices, machinery, nutrient management, more efficient tillage, and many other factors. Among some of the more recent

Nutrient deficiencies and their symptoms in selected crops

Tillage practices Root pruning Nutrient interactions Effect of P on hastening corn maturity. yield robbing nutrient deficiencies.


corn and soybean yield as affected by deep tillage, manitowoc, wis. - bu/a -zb 51* 226* 59 192* vr 40 188 58 172 nt 30 213 57 176 corn 2000 soybean 1999 corn 1998 soybean 1997 tillage wolkowski (unpublished)

Corn Production Handbook - Agronomy

tion and emergence. With increased adoption of no-tillage and reduced tillage farming, planting dates are earlier, on average, than 20 years ago. The practice of planting early allows for more intensified and potentially profitable crop-ping systems. As a result of planting early, however, corn seed

Low-disturbance Farming Regenerates Healthy Deep Soil towards

tillage practices on ecosystem function and developing effective strategies to ensure the sustainable development of agriculture. Results Soil properties and corn yield The SOC, TN and C/N ratio substantially decreased from the soil surface to around 150 cm depths and then remained unchanged within 150-300 cm (Fig. 1). The NTSM slightly

Tillage And Relay Intercropping Effect On Yield And Yield

The effect of three tillage methods and relay intercropping on growth and yield of upland rice was assessed in the 2015 to 2016 growing seasons. The tillage methods tested were zero tillage (ZT) (undisturbed soil where no tillage was done); hand hoe (HH) (flat beds prepared with a hand hoe) and broad beds (BB) (2m wide

2012 Minimum Tillage Corn Trial - SARE

Zone tillage works a much smaller area than strip tillage, only tilling 5-6 of the soil directly adjacent to the seed (Figure 2). Zone-till implements can be attached to the front of a corn planter. Over time, it has been found that reduced tillage systems can improve nutrient cycling, soil drainage, and crop yields.


observed the effect of different tillage methods on yield and wedding for second crop silage corn. The highest yield was found in two passes subsoil tillage methods as Table 1. Means of temperature, humidity and rainfall at the site of experimentation for long years (average 62 years) and 2003-2004.

How Does Corn Stover Removal Effect Nutrient Management?

The nutrient value of the stover depends on the growing season, management practices in season, time of grain harvest, and geographic location, and what part of the plant is being removed. For example, more nutrients are concentrated in leaves and husks than in the stalks. Per ton of dry harvested corn stover, average nutrient

Effect of conservation practices on soil carbon and nitrogen

produced. Corn yield increased 2,200 kg ha 1 (1,964 lb ac ) depending upon slope position (1,200 to 2,500 kg ha 1 [1,071 to 2,232 lb ac 1]) during the same time. Analysis indicated that soil C content from 15 to 35 cm (5.9 to 13.8 in) was the soil parameter primarily associated with corn yield.

Cropping System Influence on Planting Water Content and Yield

Actual fertilizer rates varied between 34 teraction effect for water content at planting (p 0.31), and 67 kg N ha 1 depending on the plot and the year. Soil pro- but the data are presented by year (Table 1) to be

Weed Infestation Impact on Nutrient Availability in Corn

Effect of postemergence glyphosate application timing on weed control and grain yield in glyphosate-resistant corn: results of a 2-yr multistate study. Weed Technology 17:821-828. 8 Cahoon, C., Curran, W. and Sandy, D. 2018.


corn and soybeans could be explained by differences in root characteristics and enhanced nutrient uptake in ST. However, the effect of ST compared with NT practices on soil properties in Illinois remains unclear. Additionally, corn yield has been shown to decrease as variability increases and research suggests greater variability under NT, yet


disrupt yield-limiting soil conditions. A long-term tillage study containing plowed and no-till treatments was modified in 2005 to evaluate the effect of tillage change on soil properties and crop yield on a Plano silt loam soil at the Arlington Agricultural Research Station. Tillage


In 2019, the Monmouth Learning Center established a trial to evaluate the interaction of certain tillage practices with the presence of a cover crop and the effect on corn yield. This is intended to be a long-term trial to monitor both yield and soil quality over time.


Field trial was conducted to study the effect of tillage practices, mineral N and organic manures on yield and yield components of maize ( Zea mays L.) at the New Developmental Farm of Agricultural University, Peshawar during summer 2010. The experiment was consisted of ten fertilizer treatments (control, nitrogen alone, FYM alone,


key part of the nutrient mgt. plan establishes practices to meet t main effect of tillage on corn yield, 2002. 120 140 160 180 200 220 240

Effect of deep-tillage and nitrogen fertilization

by 27% and the grain yield of the corn crops by 9% over the no-tillage system. Subsoiling no-till plots improved the vegetative growth of the crops, but the effect of the deep-tillage did not modify the corn grain yields. Grain yields were strongly related to the N fertilization treatments.

Conservation tillage: impacts on soil physical conditions an

Oct 20, 2017 Tillage is a labour-intensive activity in low-resource agriculture practised by small landholders, and a capital and energy-intensive activity in large-scale mechanized farming.1 The conventional soil management practices resulted in losses of soil, water and nutrients in the field, and degraded the soil with low organic matter content and a

Nutrient Management & Soil & Plant Analysis Stover Harvest

Demand for corn (Zea mays L.) stover is increasing for livestock and bioen-ergy production. Excessive stover harvest (SH) could impact crop productivity and soil N cycling. A 3-yr study was conducted at two Iowa sites with con-tinuous corn to determine the effect of SH level and tillage system on grain yield, response to N fertilization, and


to enhance beneficial insect habitat and mimic natural system nutrient flow. The farm used legume living mulches planted between vegetable rows each spring for 12 years, until 2005. In 1995 and 1996 Biodesign received a WSARE grant to study methods of managing living mulches to enhance weed, insect, and disease management without sacrificing yield.

Impact of Tillage and Crop Rotation Systems on Soil Carbon

Also, it was found that reducing tillage significantly decreases SOC loss from soils with high organic matter content. The Morrow plots at the University of Illinois were established in 1876 to study the effects of crop rotations and fertilization on yield (Table 1). Crop sequences, in a single replication, were continuous corn, corn-oats


practices can increase wheat grain protein without sacrificing yield. Growing wheat with high grain pro-tein begins with selecting the appro-priate variety and providing enough fertilizer to meet the wheat s require-ments for growth and grain yield. If nutrient levels are sufficient to meet yield goals, then providing adequate

High Yield Corn Management-Specialty

High Yield Corn Management Current corn products have the potential to produce 300 bushels/acre if systematic integrated management practices are used. Omission plot research at the University of Illinois has shown that there are seven main factors that have the greatest impact on corn yield potential.

Influence of Cover Crop, Tillage, and Crop Rotation Management

Jun 11, 2020 effect of the interaction between tillage, crop rotation and cover crop on soil nutrients. As a result of the increased soil aeration and mixing through tillage and cover crop residue return to the soil, we hypothesize that a combination of cover crops, tillage and crop rotation will increase soil nutrient availability. 2. Materials and Methods

Corn yield response to winter cover crops: An updated meta

tional nutrient cycling benefits compared to other water conserving practices alone, such as conservation tillage. Blanco-Canqui et al. (2015) found overall positive yield influ-ences in a summary of WCC research from temperate soils, and Fageria et al. (2005) concluded in their review that proper WCC management contributes to improving main


content was recorded in Subsoiler tillage (10.26 %). Conducive soil physical conditions were observed in the zero tillage practices over the other tillage practices. On the basis of these results it could be proposed that the tillage and mulching is a very important practice to increase the yield of crop. Among different practices, zero

Effect of Tillage and Fertilization on Agronomics and

Li, Jifeng, Effect of Tillage and Fertilization on Agronomics and Nutrient Uptake of Sweet Sorghum and Soil Test Extractable P and K after Four Years of a Monocrop Production System (2016). LSU Master's Theses 2456.