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File 2017 Black Bean Seed Yield with Row Spacing and Plant Population
A study to examine the response of black and navy bean to row spacing and plant population.
File C source code 2016 An Overview of the UAS Research Program at the Carrington REC
An overview of UAS research at the Carrington REC.
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 ECMAScript program 2015 Dry Bean Planting Dates
The CREC conducted field trials to explore if dry bean seed yield and quality can be positively impacted with early planting compared to the normal planting period (last 10 days of May through first week of June) or later.
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 2014 Dry Bean Response to Row Spacing and Planting Rates, Carrington
File 2014 Dry Bean Market Class Response to Planting Dates, Carrington
File PDF document 2013 Pinto Bean Response to Planting Dates and Rates
The results from a 2013 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test pinto bean response to planting dates and rates.
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 PDF document 2013 Herbicide Mode-of-action Demonstration
The results from a 2013 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to demonstrate herbicide mode-of-actions.
File 2013 Dry Bean Slide
The dry bean handout given at the 2013 Carrington Research Extension Center Row Crop Tour.
File 2013 CREC Annual Report of Research and Extension
File ECMAScript program 2013 CREC Annual Report Articles
File Octet Stream 2012 Small Grain, Oilseed, and Dry Bean Field Surveys in South-Central North Dakota
Field surveys to identify pest presence and agronomic production factors in small grain, soybean, sunflower, and dry bean.
File 2012 Response of Soybean and Dry Bean to Planting Date
A trial to help build a database for the response of soybean and dry bean to planting date.
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 ECMAScript program 2012 Dry Bean Response to Planting Dates
The results from a 2012 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test dry bean response to planting dates.
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.
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