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All Carrington production management research.
File Tillage Impact on Soil Organic Matter, Nitrogen and Phosphorus from 1990 to 2014
The objectives of this project were to determine the impact of tillage on SOM content, determine if N fertility affects SOM under different tillage practices, and verify if any changes in soil residual N and P levels vary by tillage practices.
File Pruning Shrubs for Fruit and Beauty
Most shrubs benefit from a yearly pruning. Pruning makes the plants healthier, stronger and usually more attractive.
File PDF document Field Pea Seeding Rate
File PDF document Field Pea Planting Date
File PDF document Crambe Research and Development Effort in North Dakota
Crambe, a crop which yields an oil high in erucic acid, was identified as having potential for commercialization. A multidisciplinary team of researchers at North Dakota State University identified problem areas in crambe production or utilization and initiated studies to begin addressing these areas of concern.
File PDF document 2019 Winter Rye Cover Crop Seeding Date and Rate Impact on Soil, Weeds and Soybean - Carrington
The field study is being conducted at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center with support from ND Soybean Council to examine impact on soil, weeds, and soybean with winter rye seeded at two fall dates and three rates grown as a preplant cover crop.
File PDF document 2019 Soybean Response Following Winter Rye Cover Crop - Wishek
The trial was conducted in 2019 at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center off-station crop research site near Wishek, with support from the ND Soybean Council, to examine the performance of soybean with winter rye grown as a preplant (PP) cover crop.
File PDF document 2019 Pinto Bean Response to Row Spacing and Plant Population - Carrington
The field trial was conducted at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center with support from Northarvest Dry Bean Growers Association to examine the response of pinto bean to row spacing and plant population.
File PDF document 2019 Pinto Bean Response Following Winter Rye Cover Crop - Carrington
The study is being conducted at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center with support from Northarvest Dry Bean Growers Association to examine soil cover and moisture, weed management, and pinto bean performance with winter rye grown as a prior cover crop.
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.
File 2019 Influence of Harvest Management Strategies on Flax Yield and Quality
Field trials were conducted at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center from 2017 to 2019 to determine how the different harvest approaches used by farmers may affect seed yield and oil content and quality.
File 2019 Field Pea Protein Response to Mid-season Nitrogen Application
In 2018 (Carrington) and 2019 (Carrington and Minot) trials were conducted to evaluate potential methods for enhancing field pea protein content.
File ECMAScript program 2019 Effect of Phosphorus Fertilization of Soybeans at Three Planting Dates
Study to evaluate soybean P fertility management based on planting date in different environments.
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.
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.
File 2019 Chickpea and Flax Intercropping
A study on intercropping Chickpeas and Flax. The focus of this research is planting the two crops together (same furrow) and harvesting together, with separation occurring after harvest.
File 2018 Using Unmanned Aerial Systems for Site-specific Weed Management in Corn
The objective of this study was to use UAS imagery to map and quantify weed infestation in corn for site-specific weed management during the second herbicide application.
File 2018 Using UASs to Assess Dicamba Injury to Non-dicamba Tolerant Soybeans in a Drift Simulation Study
A study designed to answer questions regarding the effect of multiple dicamba exposures on non-dicamba tolerant soybean yield.
File 2018 Use of Remote Sensors to Predict Grain Protein and Yield of Wheat Response to N
Field studies were conducted to determine the relationship between NDVI and RE to final grain protein of wheat following data collection on multiple sensing dates.
File Octet Stream 2018 Summary of Extension Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Field Survey in South-Central North Dakota
An IPM small grain survey was conducted to identify crop pest presence and agronomic factors.
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