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Aratio

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Cultio post pluviam praematuram.
Aratrum agrum exarat.

Aratio vel cultio est agriculturalis soli praeparatio per varia agitationis mechanicae genera, sicut fodere, excitare, et evertere. Inter exempla arationis a labore humano effectae quae modis instrumentorum manualium utuntur sunt usus rutri, dolabrae, mattock, sarculi, et rastelli.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Brady, Nyle C., et R. R. Weil. 2002. The nature and property of soils. Ed. 13a. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0130167630.
  • Cook, R. L., H. F. McColly, L. S. Robertson, et C. M. Hansen. 1958. Save Money - Water - Soil with Minimum Tillage. Extension Bulletin 352. East Lansing Michiganiae: Cooperative Extension Service, Michigan State University.
  • Roose, Eric. 1996. Land husbandry: components and strategy. Romae: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. ISBN 9251034516.
  • Soil Science of America. 2009. Glossary of Soil Science Terms. Madisoniae Visconsiniae: Soil Science of America.
  • Sprague, Milton A., et Glover B. Triplett. 1986. No-tillage and surface-tillage agriculture: the tillage revolution. Novi Eboraci: Wiley. ISBN 9780471884101.
  • Stoll, Steven. 2002. Larding the Lean Earth: Soil and Society in Nineteenth-Century America. Novi Eboraci: Hill and Wang.
  • Troeh, Frederick R., J. Arthur Hobbs, Roy L. Donahue. 1991. Soil and water conservation for productivity and environmental protection. Ed. 2a. Englewood Cliffs Novae Caesareae: Prentice-Hall. ISBN 9780130968074.

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