Is Tillage Beneficial or Detrimental for Invertebrate Pest Management? A Meta-Analysis Supplementary data

E. Rowen, K.H. Regan, M.E. Barbercheck & J.F. Tooker
Frequent and intensive tillage can have negative effects on soil, including increasing risk of erosion, oxidizing organic matter, and disrupting life cycles of soil organisms. Even though tillage can negatively influence soil, this practice is still used across much of the world to prepare fields for planting and to manage pests. Farmers who have adopted reduced-tillage systems can struggle with a suite of invertebrate pests; however, reducing the frequency and intensity of tillage may improve...
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