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Publication Octet Stream Flax Production in North Dakota
Producers grow two types of flax: seed flax for the oil in its seed and nutritional value, and fiber flax for the fiber in its stem.
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Publication North Dakota Alternative Broadleaf Crop Variety Trial Results for 2016 and Selection Guide
This publication is reference to select alternative crops and varieties.
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Publication North Dakota Flax Variety Trial Results for 2020 and Selection Guide
The North Dakota flax variety trial results provide producers with data on flax performance throughout the sate and gives information about yield and other agronomic traits, needed for accurate selection of flax varieties for agricultural production in North Dakota
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Publication North Dakota Flax Variety Trial Results for 2017 and Selection Guide
The North Dakota Flax Variety Trial Results provide producers with data on flax performance throughout the state and gives information about yield and other information needed for accurate selection of flax varieties for agricultural production in North Dakota
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Publication North Dakota Flax Variety Trial Results for 2018 and Selection Guide
The North Dakota Flax Variety Trial Results provide producers with data on flax performance throughout the state and gives information about yield and other information needed for accurate selection of flax varieties for agricultural production in North Dakota.
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Publication Fertilizing Flax
Flax is an ancient crop. Evidence indicates it was cultivated in the Middle East as early as 7000 B.C. Ancient Egyptians cultivated flax extensively as a fiber crop for linen production, while other peoples utilized the seed for food as well as the fiber. Today, growers in Canada and the U.S. grow seed flax varieties.
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