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Agricultural Research Service

Title: IRRIGATED SEED PRODUCTION OF WARM-SEASON GRASS SEED IN THE HIGH PLAINS)

Author
item Nielsen, E
item Baltensperger, D
item Shearman, R
item Margheim, James
item Burgener, P
item Blumenthal, Jurg
item Harveson, R
item Hein, G
item Wilson, R
item Vogel, Kenneth

Submitted to: Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin
Publication Type: Experiment Station
Publication Acceptance Date: 6/30/2004
Publication Date: 7/1/2004
Citation: Nielsen, E.L., Baltensperger, D.D., Shearman, R.C., Margheim, J.F., Burgener, P.A., Blumenthal, J., Harveson, R.M., Hein, G.L., Wilson, R.G., Vogel, K.P. 2004. Irrigated seed production of warm-season grass seed in the high plains. Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Neb-Guide B03-1532-A. p. 1-4.

Interpretive Summary: Information on all aspects of irrigated seed production of adapted warm-season perennial grasses is provided for the central High Plains region of the USA. Information is provided on establishment, adapted cultivars, field selection and preparations, planting, irrigation, fertilization, weed managements, diseases, insects, harvest, residue management, economics, and seed certification.

Technical Abstract: Information on all aspects of irrigated seed production of adapted warm-season perennial grasses is provided for the central High Plains region of the USA. Information is provided on establishment, adapted cultivars, field selection and preparations, planting, irrigation, fertilization, weed managements, diseases, insects, harvest, residue management, economics, and seed certification.

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