Buffer strip cropping
A buffer strip is an area of land maintained in permanent vegetation that helps to control air, soil Farmers can also use buffer strips to square up existing crop fields to provide safety for equipment while also farming more efficiently.
Buffer Strip Cropping: In buffer strip cropping the strips of grasses or legume crops are laid between contour strip crops in regular rotation. The width of these.
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Description:Strip cropping combines the soil and moisture conserving properties of cross-slope farming with the soil building advantages of a crop rotation and is more effective in reducing soil losses. These strips are so arranged that the strip crops should always be separated by strips of close growing and erosion resistance crops. Strip cropping used as a technique for erosion control is a most effective method in certain soils and topography. This method becomes more effective for erosion control, which it is followed with crop rotations in the area where terraces are not practically feasible due to the fact that the length of slope is divided into different small segments. The strip crops check the surface runoff and force them to infiltrate into the soil, thereby facilitates to the conservation of rain water.