[ UK /tˈɪlɪd‍ʒ/ ]
[ US /ˈtɪɫɑdʒ/ ]
  1. the cultivation of soil for raising crops
  2. arable land that is worked by plowing and sowing and raising crops
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How To Use tillage In A Sentence

  • Because wheat emerges so quickly, weeds must be killed before drilling using tillage or contact herbicides.
  • When spring tillage buries the weeds, it also buries any crop residue.
  • ARS scientists, working with NRCS and universities, have done the research that has encouraged farmers to largely put away the moldboard plow and switch to conservation tillage on about 40 percent of U.S. planted acres.
  • Good tillage, which is too often neglected, is valuable. Agriculture for Beginners Revised Edition
  • If all of this is true, then to try starting any hay crop without chemicals, tillage or nurse crops will most likely end in failure.
  • It also confirms changes from tillage crop area to grassland or vice versa.
  • Putting all these facts together, I am inclined to think that "arrish" must first mean "land for tillage;" and that the connexion of the word with Notes and Queries, Number 74, March 29, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
  • The units are configured with 22-in. coulters in front, followed by a row cleaner, tillage/fertilizer knife and independently floating, 18-in. berm-building discs.
  • They have proved themselves apt pupils, and to-day you will see in the glens of the Berg and in the plains Kaffir tillage which is as scientific as any in Africa. Prester John
  • Now we have a system that will help us reduce or even eliminate the tillage and cultivation that adds to our labor and harms the soil resources we so desperately want to protect.
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