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File 2013 CREC Annual Report of Research and Extension
File ECMAScript program 2013 CREC Annual Report Articles
File PDF document 2005 Evaluation of Canola Cultivars for Resistance to Sclerotinia
The results from a 2005 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to evaluate canola cultivars for resistance to sclerotinia.
File PDF document 2004 Research to Minimize the Impact of Canola Blackleg in the U.S.
The results from a 2004 experiment about minimizing the impact of canola blackleg in the U.S. This trial was held at Langdon.
File PDF document 2003 Evaluation of Canola Cultivars for Resistance to Sclerotinia
The results from a 2003 experiment by the Carrington Research Extension Center to evaluate canola cultivars for resistance to sclerotinia. This trial was held at Carrington and Red Lake Falls.
File PDF document 2003 Canola Sclerotinia Fungicide Evaluation
The results from a 2003 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test canola sclerotinia fungicide.
File Octet Stream 2002 Genetic Resistance and Chemical Control of Sclerotinia
General review of several different research projects on different crops.
File PDF document 2002 Canola Sclerotinia Fungicide Evaluation
The results from a 2002 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test canola sclerotinia fungicide.
File Octet Stream 2002 Biological Control of Sclerotinia Sclerotia
The trials at the CREC aimed at using Intercept® to control Sclerotinia.
File HTML 2001 Overview of Canola Sclerotinia Management Trial
The results from a 2001 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to be a overview of canola sclerotinia management trial.
File HTML 2001 Field Surveys for Small Grain and Canola Disease in South-Central North Dakota
The results from a 2001 survey conducted by the NDSU Extension Service about small grain and canola disease in south-central North Dakota.
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