Spring wheat response to tillage and nitrogen fertilization in rotation with sunflower and winter wheat

@inproceedings{Halvorson2000SpringWR,
  title={Spring wheat response to tillage and nitrogen fertilization in rotation with sunflower and winter wheat},
  author={Ardell D. Halvorson and Alfred L. Black and Joseph Michael Krupinsky and Stephen D. Merrill and Brian James. Wienhold and Donald Lee Tanaka},
  year={2000}
}
Spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is a major crop in the northern Great Plains that is generally grown following a 21-mo fallow period. A 12-yr study was conducted to determine the effects of tillage system conventional-till (CT), minimum-till (MT), and no-till (NT) ], N fertilizer rate (34, 67, and 101 kg N ha -1 ), and cultivar (Butte86 and Stoa) on spring wheat yields within a dryland spring wheat (SW)-winter wheat (WW)-sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) (SF) rotation. Grain yield responses… CONTINUE READING

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