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1. Agricultural Statistics of the Former Soviet Republics and the Baltic States [USDA0027]
The Agricultural Statistics of the Former Soviet Union and the Baltic States database contains per annual statistical data by republic for the period 1960-92 for the Russian Federation Soviet Union ...

2. Billa Billa Fallow Management Experiment, Queensland, Austrailia [QWRI.BillaBilla]
The Billa Billa Folow Management Experiment was initiated in 1983. The soil parent material at the site consists of cretaceous sediments (lithic sandstone). The native vegetation was cleared in 1971. ...

3. Long-term Tillage and Cropping Intensity Study :Effects on Organic Matter [USDA.ARS.NPARL.LongTermTillMT]
Problem: Soil organic matter levels have declined to about 50% oftheir original values where wheat/fallow rotations have been practiced using intensive tillage in the Northern Great Plains. Findings: ...

4. Long-term Tillage: Effects on Soil Carbon, Nitrogen, and Yield; University of Nebraska Lincoln [UNE.LongtermTillage]
The site was in native short-grass prairie until 1969. The prairie was grazed by cattle and wildlife. Soil parent material is alluvium mixed with aeolian deposits. It has been cropland now for 25 ...

5. Tillage Systems/Cropping Sequences Trial C 1, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Study, Australia [NSWAG.C1]
This project began in 1985 at a Warm Temperate SubTropical site in Australia. The soil at the site is classified as a Vertisol. There are four rotations: cotton-cotton (until 1991), wheat-cotton ...

6. Tillage, N Fertilization, and Crop Rotation Effects On Soil Organic C and N [USDA.ARS.SPNRU.tillNCropOM]
(adapted from abstract presented at ARS carbon storage meeting, Baltimore Jan 1999) Problem: Conventional tillage, crop-fallow dryland fanning systems in the central and northern Great Plains utilized ...

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