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Optimizing seeding rates and plant densities for Camelina sativa
Camelina is a relatively new oilseed crop to western Canada. Currently there is little research available for camelina seeding rates in western Canada. A field study was conducted in 2007 and 2008 for 9 site years at ...
Carbon footprints for wheat cropping systems in semiarid prairies
Wheat is the world's most favored cereal food source, second to rice. However, the production of wheat crop is often considered to be environmentally-unfriendly, because of the large inputs of fuel, inorganic fertilizer, ...
Effect of cropping sequences on soil biological activity in semiarid region of western Canada
Soil productivity and environmental sustainability hinge on the physical, chemical and biological properties of the soil. Soil dehydrogenases (DHs) are one of the major classes of intracellular oxidoreductase enzymes ...