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Pacific Northwest On-Farm Test Results From the Idaho, Oregon and Washington STEEP II On-Farm Testing Projects


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Citation: Ron McClellan, B.C. Miller, R.J. Veseth, S.O. Guy, D.J. Wysocki and R.S. Karow. 1995. 1995 Pacific Northwest On-Farm Test Results. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Technical Report 96-1, Washington State University, Pullman WA..

Tillage operationCover: Tillage operation preparing seedbed for Dick Jones On-Farm Test near Dayton, Washington in cooperation with the Research and Development Department, McGregor Company. This is a four-year study evaluating the economics of continuous spring crop rotations of soft white wheat, hard red wheat, barley, and canola crop.

Ron McClellan

Agronomist, Associate in Research
STEEP II On-Farm Testing Coordinator
Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington

 STEEP II On-Farm Testing Project
Principal Investigators


Baird Miller - Extension Agronomist, Washington State University
Tim Fiez - Extension Soil Scientist, Washington State University
Roger Veseth - Extension Conservation Tillage Specialist, Washington State University and University of Idaho
Stephen Guy - Extension Crop Management Specialist, University of Idaho
Don Wysocki - Extension Soil Scientist, Oregon State University
Russ Karow - Extension Agronomist, Oregon State University


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