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File Underfeeding Beef Cows Has Consequences - 3/20/19
Located in Livestock / Articles for Extension Outreach Page
File Soybean - No-till, Roundup Ready
Located in CREC Variety Trial Data / 2019 Trial Results
File Compare Alternative Feed Value, Prices - 3/13/19
Located in Livestock / Articles for Extension Outreach Page
File PDF document 2019 Corn Response to Starter and Post-Applied Fertilizer
A field study continued at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center to examine the performance of corn with starter P and Zn, foliar S and Zn, and post N.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2019
File Unharvested Corn Can be Feed for Cattle - 10/29/2019
Located in Livestock / Articles for Extension Outreach Page
File PDF document 2019 Intercropping Oats and Field Pea in an Organic Production System
A field trial to examine organic intercropping of oats and peas for grain production was conducted this past growing season at the CREC. The trials main intent was to examine pea types and several seeding rate combinations of oat pea intercrops for grain yield.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2019
File PDF document 2019 The Effects of Phosphorus Fertilization on Four Wheat Varieties with Differing Tillering Abilities - Summary of Four Years
There was a trial conducted from 2016 to 2019, looking at the effects of phosphorus fertilization on spring wheat yield, quality and tillering.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2019
File PDF document 2019 Sulfur and Nitrogen Effects on Yield and Protein of Barley
Two trials were conducted at Carrington and New Rockford (and on a farmer’s field) to assess the effects of four sulfur (S) rates across three levels of N on performance of two malting varieties, ND Genesis (two-row) and Tradition (six-row).
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2019
File PDF document 2019 Corn Silage Intercropping Summary
A trial was initiated in 2018 to begin screening possible companions to pair with corn. The focus of the pairing was legume crops. The goal of the research was to find combinations that could increase the potential silage tonnage and quality.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2019
File PDF document 2019 Dry Bean Response to Tillage System
The field trial was conducted at the NDSU SHARE Farm near Logan Center as part of a multi-year study with the objective to develop and evaluate soil health building management practices (reduced tillage, cover crops, and soil salinity management) in a pinto bean/corn/soybean/spring wheat rotation.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2019
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