ItemThe plant-soil complex with particular reference to Saskatchewan conditions(1965-02-12) Johnson, W.E. ItemSpring vs. fall application of nitrogen fertilizer(1968-02-12) Nuttall, W.F. ItemThe evaluation of nitrogen fertilizers on an old stand of crested wheatgrass alfalfa(1968-02-12) Nuttall, W.F. ItemSignificance of root development to fertilizer use and research(1968-02-12) Johnson, W.E. ItemThe effect of rates of seeding, rates of fertilizer, and row spacing on the yield of wheat(1968-02-12) McIver, R.N. ItemThe response of grain crops to fertilizer application with various cropping practices, Melfort, 1967(1968-02-12) Bowren, K.E. ItemThe effect of land levelling for irrigation on the nutrient availability to plants(1968-02-12) Stewart, J.W.B. ItemChanges in nitrate-nitrogen levels in Saskatchewan soils, September 1 to October 27, 1967(1968-02-12) Braidek, J.G. ItemThe use of plant analyses for the determination of phosphorus requirements of wheat on summerfallowed land(1968-02-12) Zandstra, H.G. ItemThe importancee of large amounts of phosphate fertilizers as a means of pasture fertilization(1968-02-12) Zandstra, H.G. ItemUptake of soil and fertilizer phosphorus by nine varieties of wheat and nine varieties of barley(1968-02-12) Warder, F.G.Barley is frequently considered to be more responsive than is wheat to phosphatic fertilizer applied to prairie soils, which are deficient in plant available phosphorus. An opinion has also been expressed that there is a differential response between varieties, particularly among those of barley.