Study objective is to identify rye plant populations, using combinations of seeding dates and rates, for reaching goals with the cover crop including soil and weed management while maintaining high potential for soybean seed yield.
A study to examine the performance of corn with preplant incorporated (PPI), in-furrow (IF) or post-emergence (POST) applied zinc (Zn) and sulfur (S) fertilizer, plus two specialty fertilizer additives.
A study to examine durum seed yield and quality response, primarily seed protein and vitreous kernels (hard count), to intensive management with application of post-emergence applied nitrogen (N) and foliar fungicides.
A study funded in part by the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council, was conducted to evaluate the ability of two products to supplement some or all of the N required to grow a corn crop in North Dakota.
Biofortification is an emerging strategy that increases the nutrient content of food crops. Wheat, rice, and corn are common crops that are targeted for biofortification efforts. One of the common goals of biofortification is a food system…
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