Forage & Grain Report 2004
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 2004Alfalfa
- Comparisons of Insecticides on Fall Alfalfa Insect Populations, and Resultant Hay Yields and Quality
- Evaluation of miticides for potential use in alfalfa hay, 2004
- Effect of two-spotted spider mites and miticides on alfalfa hay produced for a late May cutting
- Small Grains Variety Evaluation at Arizona City, Maricopa, and Yuma, 2004
- Small Grain Variety Trials, Safford Agricultural Center, 2004
- Comparison of multiple rate of Apogee® and Palisade™ for 'Cheyenne' bermudagrass seed production
- Evaluation of Mustang Max 0.8 EW on insects associated with bermudagrass seed production, 2003
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