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The Effect of Planting Date on Irrigated Corn in Southeastern North Dakota

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Title: The Effect of Planting Date on Irrigated Corn in Southeastern North Dakota
Author: Sayfikar, H.; Weigel, J.; Albus, W. L.
Description: In 1990, corn was the predominant crop that required irrigation in North Dakota. Given the low crop prices at that time, it was cited that growers needed to continue to discover methods of developing more efficient cropping systems. The planting time was given as a technique to increase yields. Discovering how early corn can safely be planted, the risks of early planting and the penalties for delayed plantings were deemed paramount in maximizing product yield and water usage. Ten years of data from 1977-86 were critiqued to ascertain early planting dates. Various hybrids were compared on planting dates. A list of five suggestions were given on best dates for each hybrid.
Date: 1990
Subject: Corn
Irrigation
Sowing
Crop production
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/8291

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