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Evaluation of furrow openers and packers for conservation tillage
Producers in the Canadian Prairies are increasingly adopting conservation tillage systems. A large part of the success of conservation tillage rests on the availability of equipment able to seed into standing stubble. In ...
Effect of seeding date on yield and quality of winter wheat (cv. Norstar) grown on stubble and chemical fallow in south western Saskatchewan
Winter wheat (cv. Norstar) was seeded at one site (clay loam stubble) in 1984-85, and three sites (clay loam stubble and chemical fallow, sandy loam stubble, and heavy clay stubble) in 1985-86 and 1986-87. Conditions were ...
Spring wheat response to nitrogen and water
Yield and water use of paired-row versus conventionally seeded spring wheat at Swift Current
From 1986 to 1989 at the Swift Current Research Station, a hard red spring wheat (cv. Leader) was planted in north-south rows with row spacings of: a) 25 cm (conventional seeding-CS), and b) two rows 10 cm apart with 50 ...
Nitrogen fertilization of canola and wheat grown on fallow fields
This is the second year of a three-year project to assess N fertilizer needs of canola and wheat grown on fallow fields. The project is being carried out at six sites (three in Saskatchewan and three in Alberta) utilizing ...