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Seeding depth and triallate for semi-hard and hard red spring wheats
The depth of seeding study was conducted with Hy- 320, Hy-355 , Line- 912 and Neepawa wheats sown at depths of 2.5, 5.0, 7. 5, and 10.0 cm. Depth of seeding significantly affected all variables measured except bushel weight. ...
Yield of continuous spring wheat with several combinations of stubble, weed control, and fertility management
Studies to evaluate stubble management, weed control, and fertility treatments applied in combination in a continuous spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) rotation were conducted over a seven year period (1983-89) at Scott, ...
Conserving crop residue for erosion protection on summerfallow
Conserving crop residues on the soil surface has proven to be one of the most effective means of controlling wind erosion on summerfallow. Tillage practices are constantly changing and some recent trends have given rise ...
The effect of management practices in a continuous wheat rotation on weed populations
A five-year field study was conducted at five locations in west central and north west Saskatchewan to determine the effect of cropping practices on weed populations in a continuous wheat rotation. Fall tillage, normal ...