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An Overvi̇ew of Ti̇llage Opti̇ons for Low Carbon Emi̇ssi̇on

EasyChair Preprint no. 9008

4 pagesDate: October 6, 2022


The main focus of the current agriculture on the intensification of the productivity of cultivated crops and concentrated land use. Soil tillage is one of the most energy and labor-intensive procedure in productive cultivatable farming. Conventional tillage system requires more fuel supplies for land preparation that conserve more energy and exhaust the smoke in the form of CO2 into the environment. Besides, zero-tillage (ZT) is the domain of the conservation tillage system that aims to combine the environmental benefits of organic farming and increase sustainability and soil fertility. Zero tillage (ZT) systems should significantly mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from low fuel consumption without affecting crop yields. However, recent advancements in agriculture conservation tillage are feasible for agriculture farmers.

Keyphrases: carbon emission, conservation agriculture, conventional agriculture, Zero tillage

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  author = {Aftab Khaliq and Fiaz Ahmad and Sarfraz Hashim and Muhammad Awais and Sadia Iqbal},
  title = {An Overvi̇ew of Ti̇llage Opti̇ons for Low Carbon Emi̇ssi̇on},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9008},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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