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Production Management

File chemical/x-pdb 2020 Field Pea and Canola Intercropping Production Management
A study to test the different seeding ratios of field pea and canola to establish baseline agronomic strategies for intercropping.
File ECMAScript program 2020 Cover Crop Response to Soybean Herbicides
A six site-year database for the risk of cover crop injury due to soybean herbicides.
File Octet Stream 2018 Summary of Extension Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Field Survey in South-Central North Dakota
An IPM small grain survey was conducted to identify crop pest presence and agronomic factors.
File C source code 2016 An Overview of the UAS Research Program at the Carrington REC
An overview of UAS research at the Carrington REC.
File 2014 A Great Year for CREC Trials
A summary of 2014 variety trials at the CREC.
File PDF document 2013 Herbicide Mode-of-action Demonstration
The results from a 2013 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to demonstrate herbicide mode-of-actions.
File 2013 CREC Annual Report of Research and Extension
File ECMAScript program 2013 CREC Annual Report Articles
File Octet Stream 2010 Small Grain and Oilseed Crop Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
Field surveys were conducted to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain and oilseed crops.
File Octet Stream 2009 Small Grain, Oilseed Crop, and Corn Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
Field surveys were conducted to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain and oilseed crops.
File PDF document 2008-2005 Effect of Row Spacing and Seeding Rate on Canola
The results from a multiple year experiment (2005-08) at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test the effect of row spacing and seeding rate on canola.
File PDF document 2008 Small Grain and Oilseed Crop Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
The results from field surveys that were conducted in North Dakota by the NDSU Extension Service to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain and oilseed crops.
File Octet Stream 2007 Small Grain and Oilseed Crop Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
Field surveys were conducted to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain and oilseed crops.
File Octet Stream 2006 Grain and Oilseed Crop Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
Field surveys were conducted to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain, corn, and oilseed crops.
File PDF document 2006 Canola Harvest Management
The results from a 2006 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test canola harvest management.
File Octet Stream 2005 Small Grain and Oilseed Crop Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
Field surveys were conducted to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain and oilseed crop.
File PDF document 2005 Effect of Early Planting on Canola, Field Pea, and Hard Red Spring Wheat
The results from a 2005 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test the effect of early planting on canola, field pea, and hard red spring wheat.
File PDF document 2005 Comparing Straight Harvest with an Anti-shattering Agent to Swathed Harvest of Canola and the Evaluation of Field Scale Straight Combining Compared to Swathed Canola
The results from a 2005 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to compare straight harvest with an anti-shattering agent to swathed harvest of canola and the evaluation of field scale straight combining compared to swathed canola.
File chemical/x-pdb 2005 Canola Harvest Management
A trial looking at timing of harvest of canola.
File Octet Stream 2004 Small Grain and Oilseed Crop Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
Field surveys conducted to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain and oilseed crops.
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