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The feasibility of inter-cropping pea with canola, mustard, and barley
An inter-cropping trial was conducted in the summer of 1988 to compare pea inter-crops with Tobin and Westar canola, yellow mustard, and barley. At two sites, a number of different pea varieties were inter-cropped with ...
Evaluation of the effectiveness of Rhizobium leguminosarum strains for pea under field conditions
One hundred and eight isolates of Rhizobium leguminosarum were screened for effectiveness for pea under controlled environments. Eight superior strains plus the commercially available pea inoculants, Nitragin 'C', Grip-Inotec, ...
Water losses, distribution, and use under a center-pivot irrigation system
A study was conducted to quantify the water losses that occur under center pivot irrigation. Spray and drift losses were calculated as the difference between the amount of water applied, as measured by a flow meter attached ...
Salt tolerance in barley
Dietary fiber in oat hulls, flakes, and bran
Selecting a nitrogen source for optimum fertilizer efficiency in no-till winter wheat
Successful production of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) on the Canadian prairies requires that the crop be no-till seeded into standing stubble so as to increase the.opportunity of trapping an insulating layer of snow. ...