A Distinctive Cultivation Compiler Converts the Agricultural Preparation

Author(s): Sunirmal Giri*

Different soil vegetation conditions combined with irrigation management and/or agricultural production systems can affect soil moisture content and crop yield. This study investigated the effects of agricultural production systems and pivot irrigation management on soil moisture content during off-season cultivation of soybean and maize crops. During the 2018-2019 growing season, he performed two field trials under tropical Cerrado soil conditions. One experiment consisted of applying three irrigation water depths (0%, 50%, and 100% of crop evaporation) during soybean cultivation in a no-till system under Ruzigras (Urochloa ruziziensis) straw, the second experiment consisted of mixed or unmixed. Cultivation of maize hybrids with rugegras in agricultural areas with and without the influence of Eucalyptus plantations. Soil volumetric moisture was measured using an electronic soil moisture meter (Hidrofarm) to determine the mass and yield of 1000 soybean and maize grains in two experiments. Irrigation and no-tillage did not affect soybean yield. Soybean cultivars NA 5909 RG and TMG 7067 IPRO exhibited a TGM of over 180 g. This corresponds to a TGM that is on average 22% higher than the BMX DESAFIO RR and CD 2737 RR. The presence of Eucalyptus forests increased maize soil moisture by 1.5%. Soil management systems such as irrigation use cover crops that may not increase productivity as expected for soybeans and maize.