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Managing an annual legume green manure crop for fallow replacement in southwestern Saskatchewan
Some scientists have suggested that in the Brown soil zone an annual legume green manure crop (GM) could be used as a partial-fallow replacement to protect the soil against erosion and increase its N fertility, particularly ...
Fall-seeded canola in southwest Saskatchewan: interactions between seeding dates and seed coating
Seeding canola in the fall allows the crop to use soil moisture in the spring more efficiently than when the crop is planted in the spring. In southwestern Saskatchewan, fall-seeded canola usually flowers one to three weeks ...
Rhizobium inoculant formulation and placement in lentil and chickpea in the semiarid Canadian prairies
Lentil and chickpea are the major pulse crops grown in western Canada, but little is known about the responses of these annual legumes to rhizobium inoculant formulation, placement, and their interaction to fertilizers ...
Effect of cropping frequency, wheat classes, and flexible rotations on yield, production, and nitrogen economy in a Brown Chernozem
Producers in the semiarid Canadian prairies frequently summerfallow (F) to conserve water, control weeds, and to maximize soil N reserves; however, this practice often results in soil degradation. A crop rotation experiment ...