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2001 Table of Contents

Research Progress Reports (First-listed investigator and project title)

David Bezdicek, WSU
Impact of direct seeding on crop water use efficiency, soil physical and microbial properties, and quality of soil organic matter
Jack Brown, UI
Examine cropping systems including yellow mustard (Sinapis alba L.) in the Pacific Northwest
Jack Brown, UI
Developing agronomic practices for direct drilling winter canola into cereal stubble
Jack Brown, UI
Identifying superior Brassica species and cultivars within species that are suitable for direct-seeding throughout the Pacific Northwest region
Stephen Guy, UI
Evaluation of wheat and pea varieties under direct and conventional seeding in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon
Stephen Guy, UI
Assessing the impact of no-till and conventional-till on crop, variety, soil, insect, and disease response
Dave Huggins, USDA-ARS
Rotation designs for direct seed cropping systems
Russ Karow, OSU
Updating Statistical Analysis Software for On-Farm Testing
Don Morishita, UI
The influence of polyacrylamide on the movement of soil applied herbicides in furrow-irrigated corn
Chris Mundt, OSU
Improved methods for evaluation of resistance to Cephalsporium stripe of wheat
William Schillinger, WSU
Long-term alternative crop rotations for the low rainfall dryland using no-till: Years 4 through 6
William Schillinger, WSU
No-Till Sowing into Standing Irrigated Stubble Instead of Burning
Greg Schwab, WSU
Seed Placed Lime to Reduce the Acidifying Affects of Nitrogen Fertilizer in Long-Term Direct Seed systems
Donn Thill, UI
Integrated management system for sustained seed yield of Kentucky bluegrass without burning
Roger Veseth, WSU / UI
Expanding access to PNW STEEP cropping systems technology transfer
Don Wysocki, OSU
Developing flex cropping options for wheat-fallow rotations
Joe Yenish, WSU
Vegetation management with herbicides during fallow periods in direct-seed, dry land winter wheat cropping systems in the PNW
Doug Young, WSU
Managing the economic transitions to no-till farming in the Pacific Northwest
Frank Young, USDA-ARS
Integrated conservation spring cropping systems for the arid and semiarid wheat-fallow region of the PNW
Frank Young, USDA-ARS
New technologies and strategies for managing weeds in conservation cropping systems for dry land wheat
 
                         
 

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