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2211. Goldstein, Walter. 1989. Thoughts on drought-proofing your farm: a biodynamic approach. Working paper No. 2, Michael Fields Agr. Institute.
Describes the influence of soil aggregate size on moisture retention and crop growth. Discusses the benefits of perennial grasses in the rotation to improve soil structure. Discusses management of sweetclover for grazing and green manure. Discusses stubble mulch tillage.

6813. Thola, J.. 1958. Memo.. USDA - SCS, Pomeroy, WA.
Land taken out of brome grass in rotation soil tested up to 324 lb/ac available N; also shows more moisture with less tillage, better soil structure.

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