Forage & Grain Report 1979
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
The Forage and Grain Report is one of several commodity-based agricultural research reports published by the University of Arizona.
This report, along with the Cotton Report, was established by Hank Brubaker, Extension Agronomist, after seeing a similar report published by Texas A&M University in the mid-1970’s.
The purpose of the report is to provide an annual research update to farmers, researchers, and those in the agricultural industry. The research is conducted by University of Arizona and USDA-ARS scientists.
Both historical and current Forage and Grain Reports have been made available in the UA Campus Repository as part of a collaboration between the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the University Libraries.
Contents for Forage & Grain Report 1979
- Arizona Alfalfa and Grain Yields Move Upward
- Cost of Producing Forage and Grain in Arizona
- New Alfalfa Germplasm from Arizona
- Field Study on the Effect of Selected Rhizobia meliloti Strains on the Yield of Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)
- Alfalfa Variety Tests
- Response of Alfalfa to Increasing Rates of KCl and K₂SO₄ Fertilizers in Greenhouse Trials
- Evaluation of Kenaf as an Arizona Forage Crop: A Comparison with Conventional Annual Forages
- Wheat Improvement in Arizona
- Wheat Variety Tests
- Comparisons of Small Grain Varieties
- Small Grain Variety Tests
- Wheat Variety Test
- Facultative Wheat Nursery (Spring Planted)
- Highest Wheat Grain Yields Obtained on East-West Beds
- Fertilizing Small Grains in Arizona
- Nitrogen Fertilization of Semi-Dwarf Spring Wheat
- The Effect of Three Herbicides on 4 Red Wheats and 4 Durum Wheats, Yuma Valley Experiment Station
- The Effect of 6 Herbicides on 6 Red and 3 Durum Wheats on the Cumings and Sons Farm, Yuma Valley
- Grass Weed Control in Small Grain 1979 Arizona Summary
- Evaluation of Wheat for Milling Quality
- Quality of Yuma County Grown Wheats
- Broadleaf Weed Control in Sprinkler Irrigated Bragg Soybeans
- Wheat Milling Quality Evaluation
- Corn and Milo as Grain Sources with Various Levels of Alfalfa Hay
- Expression of Maturity and Height in Commercial Hybrid Grain Sorghums
- Effect of Soil-Moisture and Spacing on Grain and Stover Production of Sorghum in the Irrigated Desert
- Grain Legumes
- Guar Variety Response to Irrigation
- Reducing Tillage to Conserve Energy and Increase Profits
- How to Figure Farm Machine Operation Costs
- Detoxifying Aflatoxin Contaminated Cottonseed
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