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  • Lamm, Freddie R.; Bordovsky, J. P.; Schwankl, L. J.; Grabow, G. L.; Enciso-Medina, J.; Peters, R. T.; Colaizzi, P. D.; Trooien, T. P.; Porter, D. O. (7/30/2012)
    Subsurface drip irrigation (SDI), although a much smaller fraction of the microirrigated land area than surface drip irrigation, is growing at a much faster rate and is the subject of considerable research and educational ...
  • Reddy, Seshadri S.; Stahlman, Phillip W.; Geier, Patrick W.; Charvat, Leo D.; Wilson, Robert G.; Moechnig, Michael J. (4/25/2014)
    Herbicide options for weed control in millets are very limited and hence there is a need for exploring potential herbicides. Field trials were conducted at three locations in Kansas and Nebraska in 2009 to evaluate foxtail ...
  • Serba, Desalegn D.; Uppalapati, S. R.; Krom, N.; Mukherjee, S.; Tang, Y. H.; Mysore, K. S.; Saha, M. C.
    Background: Switchgrass, a warm-season perennial grass studied as a potential dedicated biofuel feedstock, is classified into two main taxa - lowland and upland ecotypes - that differ in morphology and habitat of adaptation. ...
  • Reddy, Srirama Krishna; Weng, Yiqun; Rudd, Jackie C.; Akhunova, Alina R.; Liu, Shuyu (5/8/2014)
    The greenbug aphid, Schizaphis graminum (Rondani) is an important cereal pest, periodically threatening wheat yields in the United States and around the world. The single dominant gene, Gb3-based resistance is highly durable ...
  • Fox, Shannon L.; Ricketts, Mitchell S.; Minton, J. Ernest (2/11/2015)
    Cattle have been identified as leading sources of injuries to agricultural workers. The present study focused on worker injuries that involved the interaction of cattle, cattle handlers, and farm structures or equipment. ...

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