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Performance of Hard Red Winter Wheat Cultivars under Conventional-till and No-till Systems

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Title: Performance of Hard Red Winter Wheat Cultivars under Conventional-till and No-till Systems
Author: Cox, D.J.
Description: Discussion of cultivars of hard red wheat grown under conventional-till and no till cropping systems at four locations in North Dakota over five seasons, 1984/85 through 1988/89 are compared. The overall average yields for conventional-till wheat and no-till wheat 36.2 and 37.3 bushels per acre. A greater advantage for no-till production was indicated for those environments in which wheat displayed differential winter survival in 12 of 20 environments due to greater stands and less winter injury.
Date: 1991
Subject: Wheat
Varieties
Tillage
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9531

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