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Nuntrient export in run-off from an in-field cattle overwintering site in East-Central Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan producers traditionally overwinter their cattle in pens in the yard. The practice of winter feeding of cattle directly in the field is increasing in popularity leading to concerns about increased nutrients ...
Fertilization of willow bioenergy cropping systems in Saskatchewan, Canada
The detrimental effects of climate change and the threat of diminishing fossil fuel reserves is forcing society to search for renewable sources of energy. Energy can be derived from the biomass of plant material by co-fire ...
YIELD, NUTRIENT UPTAKE, NITROGEN FIXATION AND RELEASE BY SOYBEAN, PEA, AND LENTIL AND IMPACT ON FOLLOWING CROPS IN ROTATION IN SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA
As soybean acreage is expanding in western Canada, research is required to assess soybean production regarding the yield, nutrient uptake, N2 fixation, and the effects on following crops under local soil-climatic conditions. ...
INTEGRATING MULTI-SOURCE DATA TO QUANTIFY CHANGES IN BIOMASS AND SOIL ORGANIC CARBON DUE TO LAND-USE CHANGE IN THE BOREAL PLAINS ECOZONE, CANADA
Land use and cover change (LUCCs) is the second largest source of global carbon emission and there has been a growing interest in LUCCs to mitigate climate change effects. Global land-use change associated with cropland ...
Nitrogen fertilization of hybrid poplar plantations in Saskatchewan, Canada
The increasing input costs for traditional agriculture has led land owners and producers in search of alternative opportunities to increase on-farm income. Replacing agricultural crops with short rotation woody species ...
Plant and soil responses to fertilization of grasslands in Saskatchewan, Canada and Selenge, Mongolia
Studies were conducted at three different sites in Saskatchewan, Canada (Colonsay, Vanscoy and Rosthern) over two years (2005 and 2006) to determine the effect of dribble banded and coulter injected liquid fertilizer applied ...