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TABLE OF CONTENTS OF PROJECT REPORTS (2008)
(Alphabetical Listing of First-listed Investigators and Project Titles) All files are in PDF Format

Daniel A. Ball, OSU

Developing chemical fallow systems for intermediate rainfall inland PNW environments.

Jack Brown, UI
Identifying superior winter canola (Brassica napus L. and B. rapa L.) cultivars that are suitable for direct seeding in the Pacific Northwest region.
Aaron Esser, WSU
  Impact of crop rotation and alternative crops on weed populations, yield, and economic indirect seed system in the intermediate rainfall area of Washington
Stephen O. Guy, UI
Assessing the impact of direct seeding (no-till) and conventional-till on nitrogen fertility, soil, and insect responses
David Huggins, USDA-ARS, Pullman
Site-specific N management for direct seed cropping systems.
Stephen Machado, OSU
 

Developing profitable and sustainable cropping systems for north-central Oregon and south-central Washington: Phase II

Chris Mundt, OSU
Improving genetic resistance to Cephalosporium stripe of wheat through field and toxin screening and molecular mapping with novel genetic stocks (final report)
Steve Petrie, OSU

Identifying spring habit specialty barley varieties for direct-seeding and development of winter habit forms.

Donn Thill, UI
  Soil persistence of imazamox herbicide in tilled and direct-seed dryland winter cropping systems (final report).
 
                         
 

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