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Recent developments in canaryseed research
Redefining the agronomy of fababean for irrigated production in south-central Saskatchewan
Two years of research on irrigated fababean production are completed. Evaluation of seeding dates on a field scale showed that early seeding increases yield and seed size. Research of seeding rates for two varieties at 20, ...
The effect of air-seeding on seed damage, plant population, and yield of irrigation drybean
Dry bean seed at ambient and elevated moisture levels was passed through four different commercial air-seeders prior to sowing with standard small plot equipment. Seed damage, plant stand and yield for each treatment were ...
Development of a laboratory protocol for evaluating canning quality in dry bean
Results of studies on the effect of canning variables on canning quality traits were used to develop a modified laboratory protocol for evaluating canning quality of navy, black and pinto beans. Calcium concentration was ...
The past, present, and future of pulse crops in Saskatchewan
Pulse crop production in Saskatchewan has increased from about 10,000 ha of pea in 1968 to 322,000 ha in 1992, consisting of 190,000 ha lentil, 130,000 ha pea, 900 ha dry bean, 800 ha faba bean and 200 ha chickpea. ...
Progress in reduction of dry bean harvesting losses