John Saltveit wrote:I think that you are both correct. Tillage doesn't build soil. It depletes it. It kills mycorrhizal fungi by chopping it up and also by moving microorganisms to different parts of the soil levels, kills them because that's not where they can live.
Dave Burton wrote:
Is it really just that simple? Would the subsoil plows be analogous to slicing cake with a knife? The cake is still there, just split into sections with a little breathing room inside.
Dave Burton wrote:What types of attachments/ends can be added to a subsoil tiller and what do they do?
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