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Hard Red Spring Wheat Yield Patterns in North Dakota

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Title: Hard Red Spring Wheat Yield Patterns in North Dakota
Author: Campbell, L.G.
Description: A myriad of environmental factors influence crop yields in North Dakota. Difficulties arise when trying to ascertain how these combine to produce certain crop yields. These results can be predictable or unpredictable. Those predictable are such as soil type, general climate and redundant crop management patterns over the years. Those unpredictable include annual rainfall, temperature variation, crop density, infrequent disease epidemics and management practices that change from year to year. Variation may vary from crop to crop. Knowledge of the predictable portion would aid in determining the range of adaption for new varieties and areas of commonality in management would be possible. This article examines long-term yield patterns off hard red wheat in North Dakota. Various aspects of such in regards to the aforementioned are addressed.
Date: 1987
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/6104

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