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File 2015 Evaluation of Fertility Strategies Aimed at Enhancing Crop Production on a Hillside with Eroded Soil
Soil erosion is a common problem on slopes and hilltops. Top soil is often lost very quickly from those areas. In theory, increasing fertility of such fields would add more organic matter and carbon to the soil, improving soil properties in the long run. For this reason, different strategies were employed on a hilltop of a farm in Hurdsfield, ND.
File 2014 Pinto Bean Response to Starter Fertilizer, Carrington
File 2014 Pinto Bean Response to Row Spacing and Starter Fertilizer
Results of a study to examine pinto bean response to several plant establishment factors including row spacing and in-furrow (IF) starter fertilizer.
File PDF document 2013 Pinto Bean Performance with Row Spacing and Starter Fertilizer
The results from a 2013 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test pinto bean performance with row spacing and starter fertilizer.
File 2013 CREC Annual Report of Research and Extension
File ECMAScript program 2013 CREC Annual Report Articles
File 2012 Pinto Bean Performance with Tillage Systems, Placement of Starter Fertilizer, Row Spacing, and Foliar Fungicide
The results from a 2012 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test pinto bean performance with tillage systems, placement of starter fertilizer, row spacing, and foliar fungicide.
File PDF document 2011 Pinto Bean Performance with Tillage Systems, Placement of Starter Fertilizer, Row Spacing, and Foliar Fungicide
The results from a 2011 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test pinto bean performance with tillage systems, placement of starter fertilizer, row spacing, and foliar fungicide.
File 2011 Dry Bean Performance with Tillage Systems, Placement of Starter Fertilizer and Foliar Fungicide
A field study to examine dry bean response to tillage systems, starter fertilizer, and foliar fungicide.
File 2010 Row Crop Performance with Tillage Systems and Placement of Fertilizer
A study looking at soybean, sunflower, corn, and dry bean performance with tillage and fertilizer placement.
File PDF document 2010 Dry Bean Performance with Tillage Systems and Fertilizer Placement, Carrington
The results from a 2010 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test dry bean performance with tillage systems and fertilizer placement.
File 2009-05 Row Crop Performance with Tillage Systems and Placement of Fertilizer
The results from a multiple year experiment (2005-09) at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test row crop performance with tillage systems and placement of fertilizer.
File PDF document 2009 Pinto Bean Performance with Tillage Systems and Fertilizer Placement - Carrington
The results from a 2009 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test pinto bean performance with tillage systems and fertilizer placement.
File PDF document 2009 Dry Bean Inoculation Trial - Commercial Product Evaluation
The results from a 2009 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test commercial dry bean inoculants.
File PDF document 2008 Dry Bean Inoculation Evaluation: INTX Microbials Collaboration
The results from a 2008 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test dry bean inoculants.
File PDF document 2006 Dry Edible Bean Inoculation Trial - Commercial Product Evaluation, Oakes
The results from a 2006 experiment at the Oakes Irrigation Research Site to test commercial dry edible bean inoculants.
File PDF document 2006 Dry Edible Bean Inoculation Trial - Commercial Product Evaluation, Carrington
The results from a 2006 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test commercial dry bean inoculants.
File PDF document 2004 Dry Bean Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer
The results from a 2004 experiment by the Carrington Research Extension Center to test dry bean response to nitrogen fertilizer. This trial was held at Carrington and Minot.
File C header 2000 Irrigation Water Mangement Research
A study with the goals to develop fertility practices for appropriately-irrigated vegetable crops, develop new cultivars of dry edible beans that optimize production under irrigation, and develop evapotranspiration crop curves for representative cultivars of vegetable crops, dry edible beans, and potatoes.
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