A frugal approach to tillage saves from depletion.

The presence of large amounts of plant residues in the top layer of the soil allows to accumulate and absorb
excessive moisture that appears as a consequence of snow melting. This provides the opportunity to
prevent water erosion of the soil, which is especially important for the lands on the slopes and in areas with
the majority of rugged terrain soils. Crops that are planted after the complex’s performance are capable of
withstanding drought conditions for a longer period of time. Fewer numbers of technique passes on the
field enable less soil load (that contributes to soil consolidation), which in its turn increases crop
fruitfulness. If the soil is saturated with crop residues, soil aggregates are resistant to mechanical stress. This
prevents degradation of the soil under the influence of work items and running systems.