2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1415-43662012000600007
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Abstract: R ESU M OPlantas com alto índice de cobertura e elevada produtividade de fitomassa propiciam melhor proteção ao solo, amortecendo o impacto das gotas de chuva sobre a superfície do solo reduzindo, consequentemente, os processos erosivos. Objetivou-se avaliar a influência das plantas de cobertura e dos espaçamentos de plantio no controle das perdas de solo, água e nutrientes por erosão hídrica, visando à conservação do solo. O experimento foi conduzido em um Argissolo Vermelho-Amarelo, cujos tratamentos foram d… Show more

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“…Millet showed the least effectiveness for the control of water erosion, regardless of the tillage method. Similar results were determined by Cardoso et al (2012), where the jack bean was the plant with the greatest performance on the control of the erosive process. The sediments drag potential (SDP) varied from 0.0849 Mg ha -1 mm -1 on the control plot to 0.0255 Mg ha -1 mm -1 on the jack bean under contour seeding plot ( Figure 2).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 82%
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“…Millet showed the least effectiveness for the control of water erosion, regardless of the tillage method. Similar results were determined by Cardoso et al (2012), where the jack bean was the plant with the greatest performance on the control of the erosive process. The sediments drag potential (SDP) varied from 0.0849 Mg ha -1 mm -1 on the control plot to 0.0255 Mg ha -1 mm -1 on the jack bean under contour seeding plot ( Figure 2).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 82%
“…Silva et al (2005), Silva et al (2010), Castro et al (2011), andCardoso et al (2012) also registered high rainfall erosive potentials during the period of November thru March in the Minas Gerais state.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 88%
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“…The presence of live or dead plant cover on the soil surface intercepts the raindrops impact on the ground, protecting it (CARDOSO et al, 2012).Consequently, there is the reduction of the surface sealing formation and soil disaggregation, preserving the physical properties of the soil, reducing erosion (PANACHUKI et al, 2011 evaluated the soil losses, nutrients and organic matter in the eroded sediment, in the absence and presence of vegetation cover by sugarcane residues and observed that soil losses and organic matter, as the concentration of nutrients in the sediment, were lower in plots with 50% or more coverage with sugarcane straw.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%