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File 2017 Winter Rye in Soybeans: What You Need to Know
Guidelines for a rye and soybean cropping system.
File 2016 Utilizing Winter Rye as a Forage for the Integration of Crop and Livestock Production
Using winter rye for forage to integrate cropland into a livestock system
File ECMAScript program 2014 Double Cropping Annual Forages
Results demonstrating the value of winter cereals as a reliable forage crop that provides cover and extends the haying/grazing season.
File 2014 Timing of Winter Rye Removal for Weed Control in Soybeans
Results of a 2014 study to evaluate weed control and soybean yields under different scenarios of removing rye.
File 2013 CREC Annual Report of Research and Extension
File Pascal source code 2012 Winter Cereals as a Forage Crop
A trial looking at fall planted winter cereals as a forage crop.
File PDF document 2009 Central North Dakota Integrated Organic Production
A report from a 2009 experiment by the Carrington Research Extension Center about central North Dakota integrated organic production. The trial was held at Robinson.
File PDF document 2008 Roller/Crimper Effectiveness on Crop Type and Timing
The results from a 2008 experiment by the Carrington Research Extension Center to test roller/crimper effectiveness on crop type and timing. This trial was held at Rugby and Carrington.
File PDF document 2008 Roller/Crimper Effect x Rye Variety Evaluation
The results from a 2008 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test roller/crimper effect on rye varieties.
File PDF document 2008 Organic No Till Using the Cover Crop Roller
The results from a 2008 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test organic no till using the cover crop roller.
File PDF document 2008 Forage Cover Crop Systems to Extend Season
The results from a 2008 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test forage cover crop systems to extend the season.
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