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Research Article

Effect of Tillage Practices on Soil Properties and Crop Productivity in Wheat-Mungbean-Rice Cropping System under Subtropical Climatic Conditions

Table 5

The yield of wheat as influenced by different tillage practices.

TreatmentGrain yield (t ha−1)Straw yield (t ha−1)
20092010201120122009201020112012

ZT2.76b3.00b3.533.694.45c3.994.224.38
MT3.89a3.88a3.713.785.10bc4.604.84.60
CT4.22a4.00a3.883.955.50ab5.804.915.00
DT4.50a4.46a4.134.116.00a5.925.315.34
SE (±)0.190.200.390.250.250.600.410.51

Figures in a column having common letter(s) do not differ significantly at 5% level of DMRT.
ZT: zero tillage, MT: minimum tillage, CT: conventional tillage, and DT: deep tillage.

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