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Barley response to planting rate in northeastern North Dakota


North Dakota Farm Research 49(5): 14-19
Barley response to planting rate in northeastern North Dakota
Barley Robust was sown at 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 million seeds/acre, equivalent to 11, 23, 34 or 46 plants/ftsuperscript 2, at 9 localities in North Dakota in 1985 and 1986. Plant density had little effect on plant height, percentage grain protein content, and number of days from sowing to heading. Lodging was significantly less at the 0.5 million seeds/acre sowing rate than at the higher rates.


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