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Trends in crop production in the Canadian prairies
Dryland agriculture in the Canadian prairies is continuously confronted by change. In response to growing competition in the global market place producers have sought alternative crop production methods in order to maintain ...
Effects of tillage method and crop rotation on non-renewable energy use efficiency in the thin Black Soil Zone
Low prices for cereal grains, coupled with changing government policies and programs, and increasing concerns about soil and environmental degradation are stimulating significant change in land use practices throughout ...
Influence of alfalfa in bromegrass-alfalfa mixtures on forage yield, protein yield, fertilizer N requirements, net returns, and energy performance
Field experiments were conducted at Lacombe and Eckville in central Alberta from 1993 to 1995 to determine the influence of alfalfa in bromegrass-alfalfa mixtures on forage yield, protein yield, fertilizer N requirements, ...
Split nitrogen applications for management of yield and protein of wheat grown in dryland
The feasibility of using split-N applications for managing yield and protein of wheat grown on dryland was studied in a field experiment initiated on a sandy loam and silt loam near Swift Current. Spring wheat was grown ...