BIOLOGY, BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, AND MOLECULAR GENETICS OF ROOT DISEASES OF WHEAT, BARLEY AND BIOFUELS BRASSICAS
Location: Root Disease and Biological Control Research
Title: Minimizing Risk by Maximizing Production Through Barley as a Rotational Crop
| Burns, J - WSU-CROP&SOIL SCIENCES |
| Kok, H - WSU-CROP&SOIL SCIENCES |
| Hinman, H - WSU-SCHOOL ECONOMIC SCIEN |
| Palmer, M - WASH. STATE BARLEY COMM. |
| Ullrich, S - WSU-CROP&SOIL SCIENCES |
| Wipperling, W - USDA-RISK MANG. AGENCY |
| Yenish, J - WSU-CROP&SOIL SCIENCES |
Submitted to: Washington State University College of Agriculture and Home Economics
Publication Type: Experiment Station
Publication Acceptance Date: February 20, 2007
Publication Date: March 20, 2007
Citation: Burns, J., Kok, H., Hinman, H., Paulitz, T.C., Palmer, M., Ullrich, S., Wipperling, W., Yenish, J. 2007. Minimizing Risk by Maximizing Production Through Barley as a Rotational Crop. Washington State University College of Agriculture and Home Economics.
A CD was produced that contained the presentations of the speakers, plus supplemental material. This was an effort at showing growers the benefits of rotating with barley, and educating growers in barley breeding, weeds, diseases, economics and government support programs. It was sponsored by the Washington Barley Commission, with funding from a grant the USDA Risk Management Agency.