Cropping sequence effect of pea and pea management on spring wheat in the northern Great Plains

@inproceedings{Miller2006CroppingSE,
  title={Cropping sequence effect of pea and pea management on spring wheat in the northern Great Plains},
  author={Perry R. Miller and Richard E. Engel and Jaimie Holmes},
  year={2006}
}
Annual legumes permit intensified cropping in no-till systems in the drought-prone northern Great Plains. Our objectives were to compare cropping sequence effects of pea (Pisum sativum L.) with fallow, mustard (Sinapis alba L.), and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), and to measure the effects of pea harvest timing and shoot biomass presence on soil water use and N contribution, and yield and grain quality of subsequent wheat. Pea, mustard, wheat, and fallow preceded spring wheat at three sites in… CONTINUE READING

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