ecofallow

ecofallow

[¦ek·ō¦fa·lō]
(agriculture)
A system for destroying weeds and conserving soil moisture in crop rotation with minimum disturbance of crop residue and soil.
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In a three year rotation, corn or sorghum yield increased from 1254 kg [ha.sup.-1] to 1568 kg [ha.sup.-1] with ecofallow compared with conventional till (Wicks and Fenster 1981).
(1991) concluded that Nebraska's ecofallow program in the WF rotation had not always increased winter wheat yields.