noun Date: 1968 no-tillage

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  • no-till — no till; no till·age; …   English syllables

  • no-till — (nōʹtĭl ) n. A system for planting crops without plowing, using herbicides to control weeds and resulting in reduced soil erosion and the preservation of soil nutrients. * * * …   Universalium

  • No till — Direktsämaschine von John Deere Unter Direktsaat wird eine Saatmethode ohne vorherige Bodenbearbeitung verstanden. Direktsaat ist definiert als „Bestellung ohne jegliche Bodenbearbeitung seit der vorangegangenen Ernte. Scheibenmaschinen öffnen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • no-till — /ˈnoʊ tɪl/ (say noh til) adjective of or relating to the system of no tillage …   Australian English dictionary

  • no-till — (ˈ)nōˈtil noun : no tillage herein …   Useful english dictionary

  • No-till farming — The article Conservation tillage redirects to this page. This article primarily discusses No till farming, which is one of several different conservation tillage techniques. Some others are Strip till and Minimum tillage …   Wikipedia

  • no-till farming — or till less agriculture Cultivation technique in which the soil is disturbed only along the slit or hole into which seeds are planted. Reserved detritus from previous crops covers and protects the seedbed. Primary benefits are a decreased rate… …   Universalium

  • No-dig gardening — is a non cultivation method used by some organic gardeners. The origins of no dig gardening are unclear, and may be based on pre industrial or nineteenth century farming techniques.[1] Two pioneers of the method in the twentieth century included… …   Wikipedia

  • no-tillage — no till·age …   English syllables

  • till — till1 /til/, prep. 1. up to the time of; until: to fight till death. 2. before (used in negative constructions): He did not come till today. 3. near or at a specified time: till evening. 4. Chiefly Midland, Southern, and Western U.S. before; to:… …   Universalium

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