1999 Variety Comparison Field Trial Information

Available Fertility
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Field Trial
Trial Location Previous Crop pH OM N P K Row Spacing Seeding Rate/Acre Planting Date Harvest Date
% lbs/ac inches
Borage
Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 600 7 20 lbs 28-May 20-Sep
Buckwheat Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 660 7 50 lbs 28-May 9-Sep
Camelina Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 660 7 5 lbs 28-May 16-Aug
Camelina(winter) Dryland Barley 7.4 3.4 115 14 260 7 5 lbs 22-Sep 28-Jul
Canary Seed Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 45 lbs 27-Apr 19-Aug
Conventional Canola Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 660 7 **4.5-10 lbs      April 30 Aug 10-25
Roundup Ready Can. Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 660 7 **4.5-10lbs 3-May Aug 17-20
Chickpea Dryland Wheat 6.6 3.5 35 20 640 7 **78-189 lbs 17-May 25-Oct
Crambe Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 660 7 20 lbs 19-May 16-Aug
Emmer Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 100 lbs 27-Apr 19-Aug
Field Pea Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 660 7 **79-285 lbs 4-May Aug 19-25
Lentil Dryland Wheat 6.6 3.5 35 20 640 7 **40-70 lbs 13-May 7-Sep
Lupin Dryland Wheat 6.6 3.5 35 20 640 7 250,000 PLS 13-May 31-Aug
Mustard Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 660 7 **8-12 lbs 19-May 19-Aug
Proso Millet Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 25 lbs 3-Jun 9-Sep
Rye (Spring) Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 1,200,000 PLS 27-Apr 19-Aug
Rye (Winter) Dryland Barley 7.4 3.4 152 14 260 7 75 lbs 22-Sep 10-Aug
Safflower Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 600 7 27 lbs 19-May 4-Oct
Sorghum, Grain Dryland Soybean 7.4 3 173 78 820 30 96,000 PLS 3-Jun 25-Oct
Triticale(Spring) Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 1,000,000 PLS 26-Apr 20-Aug
Triticale(Winter) Dryland Barley 7.4 3.4 152 14 260 7 90 lbs 22-Sep 10-Aug
Barley
Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 1,200,000 PLS 27-Apr 3-Aug
Barley Irrigated Wheat 7.7 3.6 104 40 540 7 1,200,000 PLS 28-Apr 5-Aug
Barley Wishek Fallow 6.2 4.5 79 16 400 7 1,200,000 PLS 25-May 20-Aug
Barley Dazey

Wheat 

--- --- --- --- --- 7 1,200,000 PLS 27-May Not harvested
Barley(recrop) Dryland Wheat 7.4 2.9 137 61 420 7 1,200,000 PLS 23-Apr 30-Jul
Durum Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 1,200,000 PLS 26-May 23-Aug
Durum Irrigated Wheat 7.7 3.6 104 40 540 7 1,200,000 PLS 28-Apr 25-Aug
Durum Wishek Fallow 6.2 4.5 79 16 400 7 1,200,000 PLS 25-May 10-Sep
Durum Dazey Wheat --- --- --- --- --- 7 1,200,000 PLS 27-May 31-Aug
Durum(recrop) Dryland Wheat 7.4 2.9 137 61 420 7 1,200,000 PLS 23-Apr 11-Aug
Flax Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 600 7 40 lbs 17-May 8-Sep
Forages-Hay (cool) Dryland Soybean 7.4 3 113 78 820 7 Various 17-May July 9-15
Forages-Hay (warm) Dryland Soybean 7.4 3 113 78 820 7 Various 28-May July 27-Sept 21
Forages-Hay (warm) 2nd cutting 22-Sep
Oats Dryland Field Pea 7.2 3.2 164 68 660 7 1,200,000 PLS 26-Apr 10-Aug
Oats Wishek Fallow 6.2 4.5 79 16 400 7 1,200,000 PLS 25-May 20-Aug
Oats Dazey Wheat     --- --- --- --- --- 7 1,200,000 PLS 27-May Not harvested
Oats(recrop) Dryland Barley 7.4 2.9 137 61 420 7 1,200,000 PLS 23-Apr 9-Aug
Wheat Dryland Soybeans 7.4 3 163 78 820 7 1,200,000 PLS 26-Apr 16-Aug
Wheat Irrigated Wheat 7.7 3.6 104 40 540 7 1,200,000 PLS 28-Apr 24-Aug
Wheat Wishek Fallow 6.2 4.5 79 16 400 7 1,200,000 PLS 25-May 10-Sep
Wheat Dazey Wheat --- --- --- --- --- 7 1,200,000 PLS 27-May 31-Aug
Wheat (recrop) Dryland Wheat 7.4 2.9 137 61 420 7 1,200,000 PLS 23-Apr 9-Aug
Wheat (Winter) Dryland Barley 7.4 3.4 152 14 260 7 75 lbs 22-Sep 30-Jul
Corn Dryland Soybean 7.4 3 183 78 820 30 *20,000 30-Apr 20-Oct
Corn Irrigated Wheat 7.7 3.6 174 40 540 30 *28,000 30-Apr 21-Oct
Dry Bean Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 600 30 **70,000-90,000 19-May Sept 16-24
Dry Bean Irrigated Wheat 7.7 3.6 104 40 540 30 **70,000-90,000 19-May Sept 16-24
Soybean Dryland Wheat 6.9 3 127 32 600 30 150,000 PLS 26-May 7-Oct
Soybean Irrigated Wheat 7.7 3.6 104 40 540 30 150,000 PLS 26-May 8-Oct
Sunflower (Oil) Dryland Wheat 6.6 3.5 125 20 640 30 *20,000 26-May Oct 13-14
Sunflower (Conf) Dryland Wheat 6.6 3.5 125 20 640 30 *16,000 May 20 Oct 6
*Overplanted and thinned to indicated plant population.
** Various seeding rates due to different plant types or seed size within a crop.
Legumes were treated with recommended inoculum when available.


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