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Randal L Anderson (Randy)
Integrated Cropping Systems Research
Agronomy

Phone: (605) 693-5229
Fax: (605) 693-5240

NORTH CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH LABORATORY
2923 MEDARY AVENUE
BROOKINGS , SD 57006

Projects
Productive Cropping Systems Based on Ecological Principles of Pest Management
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 430020

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
A mowing strategy to convert red clover to annual crops in organic farming -
Impact of preceding crop on alfalfa competitiveness with weeds -
Converting perennial legumes to organic cropland without tillage -
Anderson, R.L. 2016. Converting perennial legumes to organic cropland without tillage. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 31: 166-171.
A new perspective with weed management -
Anderson, R.L. 2016. A new perspective with weed management. No-Till on the Plains Proceedings, Salina KS, January 29-30, 2016.
A suggestion for planning cover crop mixtures: zones of occupancy -
Anderson, R.L. 2016. A suggestion for planning cover crop mixtures: zones of occupancy. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. p. 122-136.
Integrating a complex rotation with no-till improves weed management in organic farming -
Anderson, R.L. 2015. Integrating a complex rotation with no-till improves weed management in organic farming. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 35:967-974.
Alfalfa suppression of weeds is affected by preceding crop -
Anderson, R.L. 2015. Alfalfa suppression of weeds is affected by preceding crop. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports, pp. 21-22.
Suppressing weed growth after wheat harvest with underseeded red clover in organic farming -
Anderson, R.L. 2016. Suppressing weed growth after wheat harvest with underseeded red clover in organic farming. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 31: 185-190.
Managing weeds with a population dynamics approach -
Anderson, R.L. 2015. Managing weeds with a population dynamics approach. Proceedings from Farming the Margins workshop, Garden City KS, February 18, 2015, pp. 16-25.
A cultural system to reduce weed interference in organic soybean -
Anderson, R.L. 2015. A cultural system to reduce weed interference in organic soybean. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 30:392-398.
Suppression of downy brome by red clover as a cover crop -
Anderson, R.L. 2014. Suppression of downy brome by red clover as a cover crop. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports, pp. 94-95.
Biological aspects of weed dynamics in no-till systems -
Anderson, R.L. 2014. Biological aspects of weed dynamics in no-till systems. Grain. 75:313-320.
Surprising yields with no-till cropping systems -
Anderson, R.L. 2014. Surprising yields with no-till cropping systems. No-till on the Plains Conference Proceedings, Salina KS, January 28-29, 2014.
Impact of corn residue on yield of cool-season crops -
Anderson, R.L. 2015. Impact of corn residue on yield of cool-season crops. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 30:184-189.
Surprising yields with no-till cropping systems -
Anderson, R.L. 2013. Surprising yields with no-till cropping systems. South Dakota State University Extension iGrow Publications. Available: http://igrow.org/agronomy/wheat/surprising-yields-with-no-till-cropping-systems/.
Impact of corn residue quantity on yield of following crops -
Anderson, R.L. 2013. Impact of corn residue quantity on yield of following crops. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. Pages 90-91. (Research Note)
Steps of yield advancement with no-till cropping systems in a semiarid climate -
Anderson, R.L. 2013. Steps of yield advancement with no-till cropping systems in a semiarid climate. Grain. 74:103-109.
Managing weeds with a population-based approach -
Anderson, R.L. 2013. Managing weeds with a population-based approach. Canada FarmTech Conference Proceedings, Edmonton ALB, January 29-31, 2013. Available: http://farmtechconference.com/speaker-profile/randy-anderson/
Possible causes of dry pea synergy to corn -
Anderson, R.L. 2013. Possible causes of dry pea synergy to corn. Weed Technology. 26:438-442.
Impact of sunflower on land productivity in the semiarid steppe of the United States -
Anderson, R.L. 2013. Impact of sunflower on land productivity in the semiarid steppe of the United States. Grain. 73:416-421.
Differences in weed seedling emergence is not involved in pea synergism to corn -
Anderson, R.L. 2012. Differences in weed seedling emergence is not involved in pea synergism to corn. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. p. 90-91. (Research Note)
Corn tolerance to weed interference varies with preceding crop -
Anderson, R.L. 2012. Corn tolerance to weed interference varies with preceding crop. Weed Technology. 25:486-491.
Dry pea and lentil can improve semiarid crop production -
Anderson, R.L. 2012. Dry pea and lentil can improve semiarid crop production. In: Proceedings of Colorado Conservation Tillage Association Conference, February 1-2, 2012, Burlington, Colorado. 8 pages.
Synergism: a rotation effect of improved growth efficiency -
Anderson, R.L. 2012. Synergism: a rotation effect of improved growth efficiency. Advances in Agronomy. 112:205-226.
Sequence effects among crops on alluvial-derived soil compared with those on glacial till-derived soil in the northern Great Plains, USA -
Merrill, S.D., Tanaka, D.L., Liebig, M.A., Krupinsky, J.M., Hanson, J.D., Anderson, R.L. 2012. Sequence effects among crops on alluvial-derived soil compared with those on glacial till-derived soil in the northern Great Plains, USA. Agricultural Systems. 107:1-12.
Organic zero-till in the northern Great Plains: opportunities and obstacles -
Carr, P.M., Anderson, R.L., Lawley, Y.E., Miller, P.R., Zwinger, S.R. 2011. Organic zero-till in the northern Great Plains: opportunities and obstacles. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 27:12-20.
Crop synergism: a natural benefit to improve crop production -
Anderson, R.L. 2011. Crop synergism: a natural benefit to improve crop production. No-Till on the Plains Conference Proceedings, January 25-26, 2011, Salina, Kansas.
Synergism among crops can help weed management -
Anderson, R.L. 2011. Synergism among crops can help weed management. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. p. 106-107.
A rotational framework to reduce weed density in organic systems -
Anderson, R.L. 2011. A rotational framework to reduce weed density in organic systems. Renewable Agriculture and Food System. 25:189-195.
Seedling emergence of horseweed in no-till -
Anderson, R.L. 2011. Seedling emergence of horseweed in no-till. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. pp. 105-106.
Crop synergism can help dryland crop production -
Anderson, R.L. 2011. Crop synergism can help dryland crop production. Sustainable Agriculture Reviews, Vol. 5:239-251. EDP Sciences, France.
Crop Tolerance to Weeds is Influenced by Preceding Crop -
Anderson, R.L. 2011. Crop tolerance to weeds is influenced by preceding crop. Leading Edge. Available: www.notill.org/past_conf/wc11/Synergism_NTOP_Anderson.pdf.
Weed Community Response to No-Till in North America -
Anderson, R.L. 2010. Weed Community Response to No-Till in North America. Quarantine and Protection of Plants. 12:345-357.
Impact of Preceding Crop and Cultural Practices on Rye Growth in Winter Wheat -
Anderson, R.L. 2010. Impact of Preceding Crop and Cultural Practices on Rye Growth in Winter Wheat. Weed Technology. 23:564-568.
Dry Pea Improves Winter Wheat Tolerance to Rye -
Anderson, R.L. 2010. Dry Pea Improves Winter Wheat Tolerance to Rye. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports, p.115-116.
A 2-Year Small Grain Interval Reduces Need for Herbicides in No-Till Soybean -
Anderson, R.L. 2010. A 2-Year Small Grain Interval Reduces Need for Herbicides in No-Till Soybean. Weed Technology. 23:398-403.
Crop Synergism can Improve Tolerance to Weeds -
Anderson, R.L. 2009. Crop Synergism can Improve Tolerance to Weeds. Quarantine and Protection of Plants. 13:486-491.
Plant Mulches Can Help Weed Management in Ukraine -
Anderson, R.L. 2009. Plant Mulches Can Help Weed Management in Ukraine. Zakhyst Roslyn. 13:86-98.
Weed Community Emergence Pattern in Eastern South Dakota -
Anderson, R.L. 2009. Weed Community Emergence Pattern in Eastern South Dakota. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports, pp. 155-156.
Weed Seedling Emergence and Survival as Affected by Crop Canopy -
Anderson, R.L. 2009. Weed seedling emergence and survival as affected by crop canopy. Weed Technol. 22:736-740.
Growth and yield of winter wheat as affected by preceding crop and crop management -
Anderson, R.L. 2008. Growth and yield of winter wheat as affected by preceding crop and crop management. Agronomy Journal. 100:977-980.
Residue management tactics for corn following spring wheat -
Anderson, R.L. 2008. Residue management tactics for corn following spring wheat. Weed Technology. 22:177-181.
Crop Sequence Calculator, v. 3 -
Liebig, M.A., Tanaka, D.L., Hanson, J.D., Archer, D.W., Krupinsky, J.M., Merrill, S.D., Nichols, K.A., Hendrickson, J.R., Anderson, R.L., Charlet, L.D., Stott, D.E. 2008. Crop Sequence Calculator, v. 3. CD ROM.
A new approach to weed management, based on population dynamics -
Anderson, R.L. 2008. A new approach to weed management, based on population dynamics. No-Till on the Plains Conference, Salina KS, January 29-30, 2008. pp.36-43.
Crop diversity sequencing can improve crop tolerance to weeds -
Anderson, R.L. 2008. Crop diversity sequencing can improve crop tolerance to weeds. Western Society of Weed Science 2008 Research Progress Report. pp. 79-80.
Seedling emergence of yellow woodsorrel in eastern South Dakota -
Anderson, R.L. 2008. Seedling emergence of yellow woodsorrel in eastern South Dakota. Western Society of Weed Science 2008 Research Progress Report. pp. 152-153.
Crop diversity and no-till: keys to pest management in the U.S. Great Plains -
Anderson, R.L. 2008. Crop diversity and no-till: keys to pest management in the U.S. Great Plains. Weed Science. 56:141-145.
Crop sequence and no-till reduce seedling emergence of common sunflower in following years -
Anderson, R.L. 2007. Crop sequence and no-till reduce seedling emergence of common sunflower in following years. Weed Technology. 21:355-358.
A Visual Guide to Help Producers Manage Jointed Goatgrass -
Anderson, R.L. 2007. A visual guide to help producers manage jointed goatgrass. Weed Technology. 21:275-278.
Can we reduce weed density with crop diversity? -
Anderson, R.L. 2006. Can we reduce weed density with crop diversity? Brookings Register, Brookings, South Dakota, December 6, 2006, p.B6.
CULTURAL TACTICS THAT REDUCE COMMON SUNFLOWER SEEDLING EMERGENCE IN FOLLOWING YEARS -
Anderson, R.L. 2007. Cultural tactics that reduce common sunflower seedling emergence in following years. West. Soc. Weed Sci. Res. Rep. p. 95-96.
WEED COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO CROP ROTATIONS IN WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA -
Anderson, R.L., Stymiest, C., Swan, B., Rickertson, J. 2007. Weed community response to crop rotations in western South Dakota. Weed Technol. 21:131-135.
SEQUENCING CROPS TO IMPROVE GRAIN YIELDS -
Anderson, R.L. 2006. Sequencing crops to improve grain yields. Agrokultura. 1:36-41.
CONVERTING ABANDONED LANDS TO CROPLAND -
Anderson, R.L. 2006. Converting abandoned lands to cropland. Agrokultura. 1:147-150.
CULTURAL WEED MANAGEMENT -
Blackshaw, R.E., Anderson, R.L., Lemerle, D. 2007. Cultural Weed Management. In: Upadhyaya, M.K., and Blackshaw, R.E., editors. Non-chemical Weed Control. King's Lynn, United Kingdom: Biddles Ltd. p. 35-47.
Characterizing weed communities among various rotations in central South Dakota -
Anderson, R.L., Beck, D.L. 2007. Characterizing weed communities among various rotations in central South Dakota. Weed Technol. 21:76-79.
IMPROVING CORN YIELD BY UTILIZING ALTERNATIVE CROP ROTATIONS -
Osborne, S.L., Anderson, R.L., Riedell, W.E. 2006. Improving corn yield by utilizing alternative crop rotations. State University Ag Report available at http://plantsci.sdstate.edu/soiltest/data2005/Report%2005-29.pdf.
A MANAGEMENT APPROACH BASED ON DISRUPTING WEED POPULATION GROWTH -
Anderson, R.L. 2006. A management approach based on disrupting weed population growth. Western Society of Weed Science. pp. 204-205.
WEED MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN UKRAINE -
Kosolap, N., Anderson, R.L. 2005. Weed management issues in Ukraine. Quarantine and Protection of Plants. 9:115-121.
SOIL COVERAGE BY RESIDUE AS AFFECTED BY TEN CROP SPECIES UNDER NO-TILLAGE IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS -
Merrill, S.D., Krupinsky, J.M., Tanaka, D.L., Anderson, R.L. 2006. Soil coverage by residue as affected by ten crop species under no-tillage in the northern great plains. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 61:7-13.
A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO PERENNIAL WEED MANAGEMENT -
Anderson, R.L. 2006. A systematic approach to perennial weed management. Quarantine and Protection of Plants. 13:89-92.
A SYSTEMS APPROACH FOR NO-TILL WEED MANAGEMENT IN SEMIARID CROP ROTATIONS -
Anderson, R.L. 2005. A systems approach for no-till weed management in semiarid crop rotations. Agronomy Journal. 97:1579-1583.
A NEW APPROACH TO WEED MANAGEMENT, BASED ON ECOLOGY. -
Anderson, R.L. 2005. A new approach to weed management, based on ecology. In: Kosolap, N.P., editor. Science of Herbology. Kiev, Ukraine: Ukraine National Agricultural University Press. p. 281-302.
ALTERNATIVE CROP ROTATIONS TO IMPROVE CORN YIELD AND QUALITY -
Osborne, S.L., Anderson, R.L., Riedell, W.E. 2005. Alternative crop rotations to improve corn yield and quality [abstract]. 2005 WSCS, CSSA, WWW Joint Summer Conference. Bozeman, MT.
DRYLAND AGRICULTURE RESEARCH ISSUES -
Peterson, G.A., Unger, P.W., Payne, B.A., Anderson, R.L., Baumhardt, R.L. 2006. Dryland agriculture research issues. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series. 23:901-907.
CHANGES IN SOIL AFTER 14 YEARS OF NO-TILL ALTERNATIVE CROP ROTATION RESEARCH -
Vigil, M.F., Nielsen, D.C., Benjamin, J.G., Henry, W.B., Mikha, M.M., Calderon, F.J., Anderson, R.L., Bowman, R.A. 2005. Changes in soil after 14 years of no-till alternative crop rotation research. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Winter Conference, Colorado Conservation Tillage Association in cooperation with National Sunflower Association presents The High Plains No-Till Conference. Feb. 1-2. 2005. Island Grove Park, Greeley, CO. P. L1-L6.
A PLANNING AID FOR JOINTED GOATGRASS MANAGEMENT -
Anderson, R.L. 2005. A planning aid for jointed goatgrass management. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. pp. 179-180.
ARE SOME CROPS SYNERGISTIC TO FOLLOWING CROPS? -
Anderson, R.L. 2005. Are some crops synergistic to following crops? Agronomy Journal. 97:7-10.
CROP SEQUENCING TO IMPROVE USE OF PRECIPITATION AND SYNERGIZE CROP GROWTH -
Tanaka, D.L., Anderson, R.L., Rao, S.C. 2004. Crop sequencing to improve use of precipitation and synergize crop growth. Agronomy Journal 97:385-390.
EVALUATING THE ROTATION EFFECT IN ALTERNATIVE ROTATIONS AT AKRON, COLORADO -
Vigil, M.F., Nielsen, D.C., Henry, W.B., Benjamin, J.G., Mikha, M.M., Anderson, R.L. 2004. Evaluating the rotation effect in alternative rotations at Akron, Colorado. Agronomy Abstracts. Presented at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2004 Annual Meetings. Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2004. Seattle, WA.
DEVELOPING NATIONAL RESEARCH TEAMS: A CASE STUDY WITH THE JOINTED GOATGRASS RESEARCH PROGRAM -
Anderson, R.L., Hanavan, D., Ogg, A.J. 2004. Developing national research teams: a case study with the jointed goatgrass research program. Weed Technology. 18:1143-1149.
GUIDE TO HELP PRODUCERS MANAGE WEED RESISTANCE -
Anderson, R.L., Thill, D., Rauch, T., Hanson, B., Ball, D., Ensminger, M., Howalt, K., Seefeldt, S.S., Corp, M., Harbour, J. 2004. Guide to help producers manage weed resistance. Western Society of Weed Science Annual Meeting, March 8-11, 2004, Colorado Springs, CO. 56:89.
IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY OF CROPPING SYSTEMS IN THE CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS -
Anderson, R.L. 2005. Improving sustainability of cropping systems in the central great plains. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture. 26(1):97-114.
A PARADOX WITH HERBICIDE RESISTANCE, TILLAGE, AND SEMIARID CROP PRODUCTION -
Anderson, R.L. 2004. A paradox with herbicide resistance, tillage, and semiarid crop production. In: Proceedings, No-Till on the Plains Conference. Jan 26-28, 2004, Salina, Kansas. p. 18-24.
BENEFITS OF CROP SEQUENCING -
Anderson, R.L. 2004. Benefits of crop sequencing. Proceedings: No-Till on the Plains Alliance Winter Meeting, January 26-28, 2004, Salina, Kansas. pp. 9-17.
RESPONSE OF NO-TILL WINTER WHEAT TO PLANT DENSITY -
Anderson, R.L. 2004. Response of no-till winter wheat to plant density. Proceedings, Colorado Conservation Tillage Association 2004 High Plains No-Till Conference. February 3-4, 2004. Greeley, CO. pp. 1-9.
CROPPING SEQUENCE IN A LONG-TERM DRYLAND ROTATION STUDY -
Henry, W.B., Vigil, M.F., Nielsen, D.C., Benjamin, J.G., Anderson, R.L., Bowman, R.A. 2004. Cropping sequence in a long-term dryland rotation study. Meeting Abstract. Presented at the WSSA 2004 Annual Meeting, February 2004. Kansas City, MO.
POPULATION RESPONSE OF FERAL RYE AND JOINTED GOATGRASS TO MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES -
Anderson, R.L. 2004. Population response of feral rye and jointed goatgrass to management strategies. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. pp. 173-174.
CROP CHOICES AND ROTATION PRINCIPLES -
Baumhardt, R.L., Anderson, R.L. 2006. Crop choices and rotation principles. In: Peterson, G.A., Unger, P.W., Payne, W.A., editors. Dryland Agriculture. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series No.23. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy. p. 113-139.
CROP SEQUENCING TO SYNERGIZE CROP GROWTH -
Tanaka, D.L., Anderson, R.L., Rao, S.C. 2003. Crop sequencing to synergize crop growth. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Proceedings. Paper No. S06-tanaka757311-oral.
THE GREAT PLAINS SYSTEM NETWORK -
Anderson, R.L., Krupinsky, J.M. 2003. The great plains system network. Proceedings from Dynamic Cropping Systems: Prinicples, Processes, and Challenges. August 4-7, 2003. Bismarck, ND. pp. 183-186.
A PARADOX WITH HERBICIDE RESISTANCE, TILLAGE AND SEMIARID CROP PRODUCTION -
Anderson, R.L. 2004. A paradox with herbicide resistance, tillage and semiarid crop production. Weed Technology 18: 186-192.
EVOLUTION AND ADAPTATION OF CROPPING SYSTEMS IN THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS -
TANAKA, D.L., ANDERSON, R.L. EVOLUTION AND ADAPTATION OF CROPPING SYSTEMS IN THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS. DYNAMIC CROPPING SYSTEMS: PRINCIPLES, PROCESSES AND CHALLENGES. 2003.
A PLANNING TOOL FOR INTEGRATING CROP CHOICES WITH WEED MANAGEMENT IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS -
Anderson, R.L. 2004. A planning tool for integrating crop choices with weed management in the northern great plains. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 19: 23-29.
SEQUENCING CROPS TO MINIMIZE SELECTION PRESSURE FOR WEEDS IN THE SEMIARID GREAT PLAINS -
Anderson, R.L. 2004. Sequencing crops to minimize selection pressure for weeds in the semiarid great plains. Weed Technology 18: 157-164.
EVOLUTION AND ADAPTATION OF CROPPING SYSTEMS IN THE THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS -
Tanaka, D.L. and R.L. Anderson. Evolustion and adaptation of cropping systems in the northern and central Great Plains. p.105-113. IN: Hanson, J.D. and J.M. Krupinsky (eds.), Proceedings of the Dynamic Cropping Systems: Principles, Processes, and Challenges. August 4-7. 2003, Bismarck, ND
REVIEW OF VOLUNTEER WHEAT SEEDLING EMERGENCE AND SEED LONGEVITY IN SOIL -
Anderson, R.L., Soper, G. 2003. Review of volunteer wheat seedling emergence and seed longevity in soil. Weed Technology 17: 620-626.
AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO STRENGTHEN WEED MANAGEMENT IN THE SEMIARID GREAT PLAINS -
ANDERSON, R.L. AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO STRENGTHEN WEED MANAGEMENT IN THE SEMIARID GREAT PLAINS. ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY. VOL. 80: 33-62. 2003.
ESTIMATING A ROTATION'S SELECTION PRESSURE FOR WEEDS, BASED ON JOINTED GOATGRASS DEMOGRAPHICS -
ANDERSON, R.L. ESTIMATING A ROTATION'S SELECTION PRESSURE FOR WEEDS, BASED ON JOINTED GOATGRASS DEMOGRAPHICS. WESTERN SOCIETY OF WEED SCIENCE RESEARCH REPORTS. 2003. p. 220-221.
SEQUENCING CROPS TO REDUCE WEED COMMUNITY DENSITY -
Anderson, R.L., Beck, D. 2003. Sequencing crops to reduce weed community density. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. pp. 222-223.
IMPROVING COMPETITIVENESS OF SUNFLOWER WITH CULTURAL SYSTEMS -
Anderson, R.L. 2003. Improving competitiveness of sunflower with cultural systems. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. pp. 125-126.
SUMMER FALLOW -
Tanaka, D.L., Anderson, R.L. 2003. Summer fallow. IN: Encyclopedia of Water Science. p. 942-945.
YIELD AND WATER USE OF BROADLEAF CROPS IN A SEMIARID CLIMATE -
Anderson, R.L., Tanaka, D.L., Merrill, S.D. 2003. Yield and water use of broadleaf crops in a semiarid climate. Agricultural Water Management.
INFLUENCE OF ROTATION ON PLANTING SOIL WATER CONTENT AND YIELD OF WINTER WHEAT -
NIELSEN, D.C., VIGIL, M.F., ANDERSON, R.L., BOWMAN, R.A., BENJAMIN, J.G., HALVORSON, A.D. INFLUENCE OF ROTATION ON PLANTING SOIL WATER CONTENT AND YIELD OF WINTER WHEAT. AGRONOMY JOURNAL. 2002. v. 94 p. 962-967.
JOINTED GOATGRASS ECOLOGY BULLETIN -
ANDERSON, R.L., BALL, D., WICKS, G., LYON, D., DONALD, W.W., MILLER, S. JOINTED GOATGRASS ECOLOGY BULLETIN EB-1932, 8 pp. Washington State University Extension Service. JOINTED GOATGRASS SYMPOSIUM. 2002.
DECLINE OF WEED DENSITIES IN SUNFLOWER AS AFFECTED BY MULTIPLE TACTICS IN A3-CROP ROTATION -
Ries, R.E., Tanaka, D.L., Anderson, R.L. 2002. Decline of weed densities in sunflower as affected by multiple tactics in a3-crop rotation. Proceedings Sunflower Research Workshop.
SUGGESTIONS FOR INCLUDING SUNFLOWERS IN SEMIARID ROTATIONS -
Anderson, R.L., Tanaka, D.L. 2002. Suggestions for including sunflowers in semiarid rotations. Proceedings Sunflower Research Workshop.
CROP SEQUENCES INFLUENCE CROP SEED PRODUCTION AND PLANT DISEASES. -
Krupinsky, J.M., Tanaka, D.L., Merrill, S.D., Liebig, M.A., Hendrickson, J.R., Anderson, R.L., Ries, R.E., Hanson, J.D. 2002. Crop sequences influence crop seed production and plant diseases. p. 13-19. IN: Proc. of the 24th annual Manitoba North Dakota Zero Tillage Farmers Assoc. Workshop. January 29-30, Minot, North Dakota, 151 p. Conference Proceedings.
CROP SEQUENCE CALCULATOR, V.2, A REVISED COMPUTER PROGRAM TO ASSIST PRODUCERS. -
Krupinsky, J.M., Tanaka, D.L., Merrill, S.D., Liebig, M.A., Hendrickson, J.R., Hanson, J.D., Anderson, R.L., Archer, D.W., Charlet, L.D., Wright, S.E. 2002. Crop sequence calculator, v.2, A revised computer program to assist producers. p. 63-66. IN: Proc. of the 24th Sunflower Research Workshop, National Sunflower Assoc., Bismarck, ND, 191 p.
NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS CROPPING SYSTEMS: INFLUENCES ON SOIL PROPERTIES ASSOCIATED WITH SOIL QUALITY. -
Liebig, M.A., Wright, S.E., Jawson, L., Tanaka, D.L., Krupinsky, J.M., Merrill, S.D., Hendrickson, J.R., Anderson, R.L., Ries, R.E., Hanson, J.D. 2002. Northern Great Plains cropping systems: Influences on soil properties associated with soil quality. p. 20-26. IN: Proc. Manitoba-North Dakota Zero Tillage Farmers Assoc. 29-30 Jan. 2002, Minot, ND. Conference Proceedings.
CROP ROTATION EFFECT ON WATER CONTENT AT WHEAT PLANTING AND WHEAT YIELD -
AGGREGATE STABILITY AND GLOMALIN IN ALTERNATIVE CROP ROTATIONS FOR THE CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS -
WINTER WHEAT AND PROSO MILLET YIELD REDUCTION DUE TO SUNFLOWER IN ROTATION -
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN WEED EMERGENCE TIMES AND SOIL GROWING DEGREE-DAYS IN THE NORTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES -
A NEW APPROACH TO MODELING WEED POPULATION DYNAMICS IN CROP ROTATIONS. -
WEED SEEDBANK EMERGENCE ACROSS THE CORN BELT, 1991-1994 -
TIMING OF SEEDLING EMERGENCE: ACCESSIBLE DATABASE FOR THE CORN BELT -
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