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Randal L Anderson (Randy)
North Central Agricultural Research Laboratory
Research Agronomist

Phone: (605) 693-5229
Fax: (605) 693-5240
NORTH CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH LABORATORY
2923 MEDARY AVENUE
BROOKINGS, SD, 57006

Projects
ECOLOGICALLY BASED PEST MANAGEMENT IN MODERN CROPPING SYSTEMS
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 420797
SOIL AND CROP MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR IMPROVED NATURAL RESOURCE QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 421397

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Impact of corn residue on yield of cool-season crops - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (08-Aug-13)
Surprising yields with no-till cropping systems - (Other)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Book / Chapter)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Book / Chapter)
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 - (Popular Publication)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, R.L. 2008. Residue management tactics for corn following spring wheat. Weed Technology. 22:177-181.
Crop Sequence Calculator, v. 3 - (Other)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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? - (Popular Publication)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, R.L. 2006. Sequencing crops to improve grain yields. Agrokultura. 1:36-41.
Converting Abandoned Lands to Cropland - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, R.L. 2006. Converting abandoned lands to cropland. Agrokultura. 1:147-150.
Characterizing weed communities among various rotations in central South Dakota - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, R.L., Beck, D.L. 2007. Characterizing weed communities among various rotations in central South Dakota. Weed Technol. 21:76-79.
Cultural Weed Management - (Book / Chapter)
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.
Improving Corn Yield by Utilizing Alternative Crop Rotations - (Experiment Station)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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. - (Book / Chapter)
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 - (Abstract Only)
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 - (Book / Chapter)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Research Notes)
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? - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Abstract Only)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Abstract Only)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Abstract Only)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Book / Chapter)
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 - (Abstract Only)
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 - (Proceedings)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Proceedings)
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.
Sequencing Crops to Minimize Selection Pressure for Weeds in the Semiarid Great Plains - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, R.L. 2004. Sequencing crops to minimize selection pressure for weeds in the semiarid great plains. Weed Technology 18: 157-164.
A Planning Tool for Integrating Crop Choices with Weed Management in the Northern Great Plains - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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.
Evolution and Adaptation of Cropping Systems in the the Northern and Central Great Plains - (Proceedings)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Book / Chapter)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Research Notes)
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 - (Research Notes)
Anderson, R.L. 2003. Improving competitiveness of sunflower with cultural systems. Western Society of Weed Science Research Reports. pp. 125-126.
Summer Fallow - (Book / Chapter)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
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 - (Experiment Station)
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.
Suggestions for Including Sunflowers in Semiarid Rotations - (Proceedings)
Anderson, R.L., Tanaka, D.L. 2002. Suggestions for including sunflowers in semiarid rotations. Proceedings Sunflower Research Workshop.
Decline of Weed Densities in Sunflower As Affected by Multiple Tactics in A3-Crop Rotation - (Proceedings)
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.
Crop Sequences Influence Crop Seed Production and Plant Diseases. - (Proceedings)
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. - (Proceedings)
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. - (Proceedings)
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 - (Abstract Only) - (28-Aug-01)
Aggregate Stability and Glomalin in Alternative Crop Rotations for the Central Great Plains - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (15-Sep-99)
Winter Wheat and Proso Millet Yield Reduction Due to Sunflower in Rotation - (Abstract Only) - (27-Aug-99)
Relationships Between Weed Emergence Times and Soil Growing Degree-Days in the North Central United States - (Abstract Only) - (06-Feb-97)
A New Approach to Modeling Weed Population Dynamics in Crop Rotations. - (Abstract Only) - (31-Dec-96)
Weed Seedbank Emergence Across the Corn Belt, 1991-1994 - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (18-Dec-96)
Timing of Seedling Emergence: Accessible Database for the Corn Belt - (Abstract Only) - (10-Apr-96)
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