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Oilseed Crops for Semiarid Cropping Systems in the Northern Great Plains
oilseed crop produced in the USA, canola is the dominant oil crop in Canada. The cool climatic conditions Oilseed crops are grown throughout the semiarid region of the characteristic of the CanadianExpand
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Oilseed Crops for Semiarid Cropping Systems in the Northern Great Plains
Oilseed crops are grown throughout the semiarid region of the northern Great Plains of North America for use as vegetable and industrial oils, spices, and birdfeed. In a region dominated by winterExpand
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Evaluation of Oat Kernel Size Uniformity
Oat (Avena sativa L.) kernel size uniformity is important to the oat milling industry because oat-processing mills separate oats according to size to optimize dehulling efficiency. In this study, weExpand
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Seeding Rate, Seeding Depth, and Cultivar Influence on Spring Canola Performance in the Northern Great Plains
Rapid expansion of canola (Brassica napus L.) production in the Northern Great Plains has raised questions on the response of cultivars to seeding rate and depth. Field research was conducted at fourExpand
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Sources of Variation in Oat Kernel Size
ABSTRACT Oat kernel size uniformity is important to the oat milling industry because of the size fractionations that occur in the milling process. We measured frequency of single, double, and tripleExpand
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Influence of Resistant and Susceptible Cultivar Blends of Hard Red Spring Wheat on Wheat Stem Sawfly (Hymenoptera: Cephidae) Damage and Wheat Quality Parameters
Use of resistant and susceptible cultivar blends of hard red spring wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.) were investigated over a 3-yr period as a method to suppress wheat stem sawfly, Cephus cinctusExpand
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BREEDING MAIZE FOR HIGHER YIELD AND QUALITY UNDER DROUGHT STRESS
Maize (Zea mays L.) has a wide range of adaptation. As a consequence, the U.S. Corn Belt keeps moving north and west. However, even though the ethanol industry has expanded to western North DakotaExpand
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Theoretical and Empirical Relationships Between Oat Test Weight and Groat Proportion
ABSTRACT Test weight and groat proportion are two very important quality characteristics of oat grain. In this study, we pose the hypothesis that these two characteristics are related throughExpand
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The Nutritional Value Of Oat Hay Harvested at Several Stages of Maturity
The nutritional value of the oat varieties Dal (high protein) and Kelsey (high protein) harvested for forage at six growth stages from 50 percent headed to mature was determined. Protein, phosphorus,Expand
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Response of Hybrid and Open-Pollinated Safflower to Plant Population
Four safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) cultivars were evaluated at five plant populations in experiments over 2 yr at three North Dakota locations. Differences in achene yield due to plantExpand
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