Effect of Fraise Mowing on Soil Physical Properties

Fraise mowing is an ultra-aggressive cultural practice that purges plant and soil material from 0 to 5 cm depths. Fraise mowing may remove surface crusts and compaction thus improving infiltration, soil oxygen, and root growth. Click here  to learn more about research evaluating fraise mowing as a viable cultivation method to remove surface compaction.

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