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Influence on Soil Fertility on Wheat Yield in North Dakota

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Title: Influence on Soil Fertility on Wheat Yield in North Dakota
Author: Dahnke, W.C.
Description: Wheat is North Dakota's most grown crop. Wheat needs certain crops to yield the most. A decrease in required nutrients can produce diminished wheat returns. Nitrogen is one of the most required nutrients for high wheat yield. When crops are exported from the state, those nutrients trapped in those crops leave the state, also. Without replenishment, crops would not grow. Herbicides, selective wheat breeding and the prudent use of fertilizers. The main benefit is the crop residue added to the soil. High residue retention tillage methods aid in the maintaining the present levels of wheat production.
Date: 1991
Subject: Soil fertility
Crop production
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9524

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