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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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For example, Fernandez doesn't suggest that farmers use this method on sloping fields because the tilled crop rows can actually encourage erosion.
Of those, we saw that 13 events generated erosion from conventionally tilled fields, but only 3 events resulted in erosion from no-till fields.
To see whether there's a difference between soil compaction on tilled and no-till soils, researchers attached sensors to tractor tire tread and compared the effects of tire pressure (that is, the pressure or force exerted on the field by the tire) on both types of fields.
Conservation tillage systems can either be no-till, in which crops are planted through the previous crop's residue; or strip-till, in which crops are planted in tilled rows 4-6 inches wide.