AuthorOttman, Michael J.
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AbstractSmall grains are planted for a variety of reasons, but their rotational benefit makes them a popular crop all over the world and influences the way they are planted. One of the major benefits of small grains as rotational crops is that they cover the soil and suppress weeds. Thus, small grains are most commonly solid seeded with a grain drill.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin AZ1333-2015
DescriptionRevised; Original Published: 2004
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