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The downward entry of water into soil. Also called [[percolation]]. A high rate of infiltration means that soil moisture for crops will be higher. Many conservation practices, such as [[conservation tillage]], reduce rates of runoff and increase infiltration rates.  
 
The downward entry of water into soil. Also called [[percolation]]. A high rate of infiltration means that soil moisture for crops will be higher. Many conservation practices, such as [[conservation tillage]], reduce rates of runoff and increase infiltration rates.  
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[[Category: Agriculture]]
 
[[Category: Agriculture]]

Latest revision as of 13:13, 29 October 2019

The downward entry of water into soil. Also called percolation. A high rate of infiltration means that soil moisture for crops will be higher. Many conservation practices, such as conservation tillage, reduce rates of runoff and increase infiltration rates.

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