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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 ...
Response of irrigated crops to split-N application
The efficiency and benefits of split N applications by cereals and oilseed was evaluated at the Irrigation Fann at Outlook. In 1988, canola (Westar) received 0, 75 + 75, or 150 kg N/ha in the form of urea (U) or urea-ammonium ...
Leaching and recovery of 15N in dryland and irrigated cropping systems
Laird-lentil and Neepawa-wheat were grown under irrigation in 1987 at the experimental Irrigation Farm at Outlook under three levels of N: 10, 50, and 100 kg of NH4NO3, double labelled with 15N. A similar experiment was ...
Nitrogen fertilizer use and losses in irrigated cropping systems
The fertilizer-N use efficiency of irrigated canola, softwheat, durum, and spring wheat was determined in 1988 and 1989. Crops received various amounts of N, applied at time of seeding or split between time of seeding and ...
Growth and water use of irrigated and dryland lentils and wheat
Lentils are becoming an increasingly more important crop in Saskatchewan with over 230,000 ha planted in 1987. A large part of this acreage was in the Brown Soil Zone. To date lentil water relations and adaptation to water ...