Table 1. Agronomic practices of selected fields dormant seeded to hard red spring wheat or durum in southwest North Dakota, 2000.

 

Dormant seeded

Field No



Planted


Harvested
Planting date Market class
seeded



Cultivar
Previous crop1 Seed treatment Seed
treatment
Drill
opener
acres

acres
(Common name)

 

1

88.5 88.5 2/7/00 hrsw Trenton hrsw Vitavax Extra
Carboxin + Imazalil + Thiabendazole
Disc

 

2

81.0 81.0 2/7/00 hrsw Trenton hrsw Vitavax Extra
Carboxin + Imazalil + Thiabendazole
Disc

 

3

50.1 50.1 12/12/99 hrsw Keene flax Dividend XL

Definiconozol + Mefenoxam
Disc

 

4

67.1 0.0 12/5/99 hrsw Keene hrsw DB Green

Maneb
Disc

 

5

235.0 235.0 11/24/99 hrsw Keene canola Vitavax Extra
Carboxin + Imazalil + Thiabendazole
Hoe

 

6

100.0 100.0 11/26/99 hrsw Keene chem-fallow2 Vitavax Extra

Carboxin + Imazalil + Thiabendazole
Hoe

 

7

26.0 0.0 12/5/99 durum Ben durum Vitavax

Carboxin
Disc

 

8

29.1 29.1 12/7/99 hrsw Keene garbanzo Dividend XL
Definiconozol + Mefenoxam
Disc

 

9

100.0 100.0 12/10/99 hrsw Keene crambe Dividend XL

Definiconozol + Mefenoxam
Disc

 

10

55.0 55.0 12/14/99 hrsw Keene crambe Dividend XL

Definiconozol + Mefenoxam
Disc

 

Total

831.8
738.7

 

1 Previous crop is crop grown in this field in 1999. hrsw = hard red spring wheat.

2 Chem-fallowed in 1999 and hrsw in 1998.