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File 2014 A Great Year for CREC Trials
A summary of 2014 variety trials at the CREC.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2014
File 2015 Improving the Management of Root Rots of Field Peas
The Carrington Research Extension Center has initiated a wide range of experiments designed to develop improved management strategies for root rots on field peas.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2015
File ECMAScript program 1998 Field Peas in Creep Feeds for Beef Calves
This trial looks at using field peas in creep feed as a high protein and high energy feed source.
Located in Documents / LivestockRD / Docs1998
File Troff document 1998 Field Peas in Diets for Growing Heifers and Backgrounding and Finishing Steer - Progress Report
A series of trials were conducted to evaluate intake and performance of beef cattle fed peas.
Located in Documents / LivestockRD / Docs1998
File 2017 An Update of Dicamba Drift Injury Thresholds for Dry Beans and Field Peas
Studies to determine how well visual injury after a drift event corresponds to yield loss and whether a tissue test can be used to predict yield damage.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2017
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Mycosphaerella Blight of Field Peas - Carrington (summary)
The registered fungicides Headline, Proline, and Priaxor provided excellent control of Mycosphaerella blight. Endura and Vertisan did not perform as well. There was a slight trend towards higher yield and better disease control as the application rate of Priaxor increased from 4 to 6 fl oz/ac.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File Troff document 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Mycosphaerella Blight of Field Peas - Carrington (technical report)
The registered fungicides Headline, Proline, and Priaxor provided excellent control of Mycosphaerella blight. Endura and Vertisan did not perform as well. There was a slight trend towards higher yield and better disease control as the application rate of Priaxor increased from 4 to 6 fl oz/ac.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File 2011 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Mycosphaerella (Ascochyta) Blight on Field Peas (summary)
The registered fungicides Headline, Priaxor, Proline, and Quadris provided a strong yield response under heavy Mycosphaerella blight pressure; Endura and Vertisan were less effective. Priaxor performed very similarly when applied at 4 and 6 fl oz/ac.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2011
File PDF document 2011 Identification of Mycosphaerella (Ascochyta) Blight of Field Peas
This guide provides photographs to assist in the identification of Mycosphaerella blight relative to bacterial blight.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2011
File Octet Stream 2009 Evaluation of Fungicide Seed Treatments as Management Tools for Root Rot of Field Peas in North Dakota
The results from a 2009 experiment by the North Dakota State University to evaluate fungicide seed treatments as management tools for root rot of field peas in North Dakota. This trial was held at Carrington and Newburg.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2009
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