Year 2017, Volume , Issue 17, Pages 98 - 108 2017-07-01

EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS

Mert Acar [1] , İsmail Çelik [2] , Hikmet Günal [3]


– Agricultural practices conserving soil water are needed to sustain agricultural production under changing climate. Long-term effects of six different tillage systems on soil water content (SWC) and wheat yield were investigated in a clayey soil of the Çukurova region, Turkey. The tillage treatments were; conventional tillage with stubble (moldboard plowing) (CT1), conventional tillage with stubbles burned (CT2), heavy disc harrow reduced tillage (RT1), rototiller reduced tillage (RT2), heavy disc harrow zero soil tillage (RNT) and no till or zero tillage (NT). Soil moisture content was measured at different times of the rainfed wheat production season in 2014-2015. Tillage practices had statistically important effects on SWC on 6 February, 9 March, 17 April and 8 May 2015. Although moisture values measured on February, 6 and March, 9 were optimal for plant growth, SWC under conservation tillage practices were higher compared to conventional tillage practices. However, tillage practices had no significant effect on the wheat yield. These results showed that reduced and no-tillage practices can be alternative to conventional tillage practices under Mediterranean conditions
– Soil tillage, Soil water content, Wheat yield, Mediterranean
Other ID JA84AM55NR
Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Author: Mert Acar

Author: İsmail Çelik

Author: Hikmet Günal

Dates

Publication Date : July 1, 2017

Bibtex @ { jnt381402, journal = {Journal of New Theory}, issn = {2149-1402}, address = {Mathematics Department, Gaziosmanpasa University 60250 Tokat-TURKEY.}, publisher = {Gaziosmanpasa University}, year = {2017}, volume = {}, pages = {98 - 108}, doi = {}, title = {EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS}, key = {cite}, author = {Acar, Mert and Çelik, İsmail and Günal, Hikmet} }
APA Acar, M , Çelik, İ , Günal, H . (2017). EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS . Journal of New Theory , (17) , 98-108 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jnt/issue/34516/381402
MLA Acar, M , Çelik, İ , Günal, H . "EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS" . Journal of New Theory (2017 ): 98-108 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jnt/issue/34516/381402>
Chicago Acar, M , Çelik, İ , Günal, H . "EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS". Journal of New Theory (2017 ): 98-108
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ISNAD Acar, Mert , Çelik, İsmail , Günal, Hikmet . "EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS". Journal of New Theory / 17 (July 2017): 98-108 .
AMA Acar M , Çelik İ , Günal H . EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS. JNT. 2017; (17): 98-108.
Vancouver Acar M , Çelik İ , Günal H . EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS. Journal of New Theory. 2017; (17): 98-108.
IEEE M. Acar , İ. Çelik and H. Günal , "EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON SOIL WATER CONTENT AND WHEAT YIELD UNDER MEDITERRANEAN CONDITIONS", Journal of New Theory, no. 17, pp. 98-108, Jul. 2017