Traffic control to put the wheels within wheelings

Fone, Nick
August 2006
Farmers Weekly;8/18/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 7, p63
Trade Publication
The article features the controlled traffic farming (CTF) system advocated by direct-drill distributor John Dale for customers of his Zero Till drills. CTF is designed to minimise traffic on cropped areas so that soil structure is maintained. Some benefits of using CTF are increased crop yields, better drainage and improved soil structure.


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