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Cover Crop Effects on Nitrogen Availability to Corn following Wheat
Maximizing the environmental and economic benefits of cover crops partially depends on an accurate estimate of the N fertilizer requirement of subsequent crops. Four trials involving cover crop,Expand
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Increasing Crop Diversity Mitigates Weather Variations and Improves Yield Stability
Cropping sequence diversification provides a systems approach to reduce yield variations and improve resilience to multiple environmental stresses. Yield advantages of more diverse crop rotations andExpand
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Soil nitrate accumulation and corn response to preceding small-grain fertilization and cover crops
Potential benefits associated with establishing cover crops, such as reduced NO 3 leaching risk and lower fertilizer N requirements for succeeding crops, will he fully realized only when the coverExpand
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Improving Resilience of Northern Field Crop Systems Using Inter-Seeded Red Clover: A Review
In light of the environmental challenges ahead, resilience of the most abundant field crop production systems must be improved to guarantee yield stability with more efficient use of nitrogen inputs,Expand
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Approaches to optimizing nitrogen fertilization in a winter wheat–red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) relay cropping system
Abstract Diversifying rotations by including winter wheat and red clover in relay cropping provides several advantages to temperate cropping systems dominated by maize and soybean. To improve theExpand
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Impact of Tillage and Rotation on Yield and Economic Performance in Corn‐Based Cropping Systems
The objective of our research was to identify economically efficient corn (Zea mays L.) based tillage-rotation combinations using a 20-yr data set from a long-term experiment in Ontario, Canada.Expand
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Soybean Response to Zone Tillage, Twin-Row Planting, and Row Spacing
Although zone tillage can result in favorable in-row seedbed environments for high crop yield while providing soil conservation characteristics similar to no-till, it necessitates a wide row widthExpand
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Management of Manure Nitrogen Using Cover Crops
Published in Agron. J. 107:1595–1607 (2015) doi:10.2134/agronj14.0634 Available freely online through the author-supported open access option. Copyright © 2015 by the American Society of Agronomy,Expand
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Impact of land classification on potential warm season grass biomass production in Ontario, Canada
Kludze, H., Deen, B., Weersink, A., van Acker, R., Janovicek, K. and De Laporte, A. 2013. Impact of land classification on potential warm season grass biomass production in Ontario, Canada. Can. J.Expand
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Cost efficient rotation and tillage options to sequester carbon and mitigate GHG emissions from agriculture in Eastern Canada
The economic efficiency of cropping options to mitigate net GHG emissions from agriculture in Eastern Canada was analyzed. Data on yield response to tillage (moldboard plow and chisel plow) andExpand
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