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Nitrogen fertilizer management for maximum economic yields of spring wheat in southwestern Saskatchewan
The effects of snow trapping by means of alternative cereal stubble heights, and of N fertilizer management in terms of rates, times of application, and methods of placement on soil moisture conservation, grain yields, and ...
Effect of zero-till continuous wheat on soil quality after four and six years
After four and six years of continuous spring wheat cropping using zero-tillage on the N × P × Snow-trap test site, soil samples were taken from the test area and from the adjacent area which has been in a wheat-fallow ...
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