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  1. The Spice Trade: A Bibliographic Guide to Sources of Historical and Economic Information (Bibliographies and Indexes in World History)
  2. Short Fibre Content and Uniformity Index in Cotton (ICAC Review Articles on Cotton Production) by H M Behery, 1993-01-12
  3. Symptoms of Virus Diseases in Plants: With Index of Names and Symptoms by L. Bos, 1978-06
  4. Plant Tissue Culture: A Classified Bibliography (Developments in Crop Science) by S. S. Bhojwani, 1987-01
  5. The Study of Agricultural Geography: A Scholarly Guide and Bibliography by Thomas A. Rumney, 2005-12-02
  6. Food and Other Crops in Fiji - an Annotated Bibliography (ACIAR Monographs) by T.K. Lim, E.M. Fleming, 1999-11-30
  7. Cornucopia II: A Source Book of Edible Plants by Stephen Facciola, Stephen Facciola, 1998-11-20
  8. Citrus: A World Bibliography
  9. GIS Applications in Agriculture, Volume Two: NutrientManagement for Energy Efficiency
  10. Seln Indices in Plant Breeding by R. J. Baker, 1986-09-01
  11. Horticultural Reviews (Volume 33) by Jules Janick, 2007-01-02

21. Agronomy At The University Of Missouri-Columbia
of agronomy is dedicated to the study of plant and soil sciences as they apply toproduction of Missouri's current and potential agronomic crops including corn

22. Graduate Programs - MU Agronomy
agronomy (http// at Missouri (http// asdata collection, weed control and harvesting crops.

23. Organic Crops
agronomy Guide, Publication 811 To order publication; Crop Rotation The Best Wayto Keep Back to the crops index page - The OMAF crops index page has links to
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24. OMAF - Other Field Crops
agronomy Guide, Publication 811 Order this publication; Articles for Weed Managementin Pulse crops; Newsletter Article index for Weed Management Application
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25. Agronomy And Farming Systems - Specific Topics
agronomy and farming systems specific topics. Centre for Climate Applications)Includes Southern Oscillation index data, sea Genetically modified (GM) crops.
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Agribusiness Agroforestry Cotton Genetically modified (GM) Crops ... Weeds
Web gateways
Agribusiness web site
(USA) An AgNIC (Agriculture Network Information Centre) site. Contains links to agribusiness sites
A free information resource for the global agricultural community
Australian market, industry and commodities information
WebEc: Agriculture and Natural Resources (World Wide Web Resources in Economics)

World Wide Web Virtual Library: agricultural market information

World Wide Web Virtual Library: agricultural economics
The Farmshed
(Australia) Includes detailed market prices and analyses for the major agricultural sectors
Sydney Futures Exchange
Organisations (Australian)
Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES)

Agribusiness Association of Australia
Includes full text of the Australian Agribusiness Review and Agribusiness perspectives Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics Austrade Organisations (International) Agricultural Economics Society (UK) American Agricultural Economics Association International Association of Agricultural Economists International Food and Agribusiness Management Association Other AgEcon Search: research in agricultural and applied economics a full text library of agricultural and applied economics scholarly literature A bibliography of Australian farm management research and publication
Agricultural engineering

and pattern factors of major crops Complete crop production index http//www.ipm https//www/
CROP PROTECTION COMPETENCY AREAS Area 1. General crop adaptation
Complete crop production index
Forage yield and quality of multileaflet alfalfa Area 2. Tillage systems used for seedbed preparation of row crops, small grain and forage crops

Conservation tillage and planting systems
Ridge plant systems: equipment
Ridge tillage for corn and soybean production: environmental quality impacts

Till for a reason Area 3. Seeding date factors
Complete crop production index

27. Crop Update Index
East Central Iowa crops Home Page ISU Extension ISU ISU Extension agronomy ISUagronomy Calendar Search Jobs Feedback Internet Resources Extension Sites
East-Central and Southeast Iowa Crop Updates
Welcome! Select from the items below:

28. Crops
Return to Farming index Row crops, Agriculture Natural Resources Covers severalcrops including corn about corn (maize) from Purdue University, agronomy Dept.
Crops Row Crops Specialty Crops Return to Farming Index
Row Crops
Covers several crops including corn, soybean, wheat, and CRP, from Purdue Cooperative Extension Service. Corn Growers Guidebook
Lots of information and facts about corn (maize) from Purdue University, Agronomy Dept. Corn Specialists
Directory by State which gives contact information for corn experts. Loewen Manufacturing
Contains lists of replacement parts available, which can be called up via a combine image map. Maize Page
Lots of information and facts about maize (corn) from Iowa State University, Agronomy Dept. Missouri Agronomy
Missouri extension information on several crops, soils and weather. National Association of Wheat Growers
About NAWG, wheat industry, production facts, and wheat news. National Corn Growers Association
All about corn growing and marketing, including audio clips. Facts on the many uses of corn. National Soybean Research Laboratory
Provides strategic information and support to expand the scope and profitability of the US soybean industry. Soybean Cyst Nematode Coalition Provides the latest information on managing SCN.

29. Agronomic Acumen : NEWSLETTER 2002: Index
index FOR 2002 89 Stripe Rust arrives – need to treat wheat crops with fungicideASAP agronomy Fertilisers A new bulk buying fertiliser company that imports
If you would like to download some free samples of past newsletters,
please click here December 2002 No. 92 - paper version now in COLOUR
  • Bill Crabtree – introduction to the new regular contributor to the newsletter
  • 2002 drought – Australia wide and one of the worst on record
  • Crown rot in wheat – control options
  • Summary of stripe rust control options for 2003
  • Fungicide onto fertiliser – how to do it?
  • Summer weed control options – herbicide brews
  • Millet and forage sorghum
  • New crop varieties for 2003
  • Pickling canola seed – updated recommendations for Downey mildew control
  • 2248 – New soft wheat still not being released yet
  • Potassium and frost – foliar spray results
  • Getting through stubble, row spacings and no-tillage
  • Sunflowers and Rutherglen bugs
  • Creeping resistance to Glyphosate – Prof Jonny Gressel was right!
  • Smoke, frost and stubble
    • does smoke prevent frost damage?
    • Stubble increases the risk of frost – a big downside to no-till
  • Press wheels – which one? This will be covered by Bill Crabtree in the Feb 2003 edition

30. Agronomic Acumen : NEWSLETTER 2001: Index
index FOR 2001 Chickpeas; Faba beans; Pastures postemergent control in crops (innext by aardvark internet publishing, wa url of this page
If you would like to download some free samples of past newsletters,
please click here December 2001 No. 81
  • The roller-coaster continues
  • Sunn Hemp update
  • Locust update
  • Variety table for 2002, including comments
  • Weed control options in summer crops
  • Summer weed control
  • Sunflower bugs
  • Saia oats
  • Summer crop tours
  • Time for Molybdenum? Part 2
  • Status of AgWA Crop Varieties – enclosed table
  • Fertiliser option – importing fertiliser at reduced prices
November 2001 No. 80
  • Clearfield Canola changes coming in 2002
  • Diamond Back Moth control
  • Roundup duty saga
  • Sunn Hemp update – Pro’s and Con’s
  • Oilseed radish – a deep ripper
  • Liquid N products
  • Beeline alone is not enough – Use wide row spacing also
  • Surpass 402CL problems
  • The Nitrogen and acidity story
  • Aphids do need controlling
  • Time for Molybdenum?
  • In case it rains now
October 2001 No. 79
  • Spraying with a swather
  • Clearfield herbicide residues
  • Crop-topping legume crops
  • Rutherglen bug control in sunflowers
  • Spraytopping with Roundup
  • Late radish control in cereals
  • Affinity performance
  • Suggested price update on feed grains
  • Swathing blackleg resistant canola
  • Locust threat
  • Aphids in canola and cereals
  • Fungicides on cereals
  • New varieties of canola, wheat, barley and lupins in 2002

31. Ontario Field Crop Report - Sept. 5, 2002
crops/field/news/index.html http// Referto Publication 811 agronomy Guide for a map detailing the Critical Fall

Ontario Field Crop Report - Sept. 5, 2002
OMAF Field Crop Specialists
For emerging issues and to provide feedback on this report, contact the CropLine at
1-888-449-0937. Technical publications referred to in the Crop Report can be ordered at 1-888-466-2372. Technical information can also be obtained at the CropPest Ontario website, and OMAF Crops WebPages:
Critical Fall Harvest Period
Many farmers are taking advantage of excellent late summer drying conditions to complete another cut of hay where that is possible. Be aware of the Critical Fall Harvest dates and the impact on stand survival. The risk of alfalfa winterkill increases by harvesting during this period, and should be weighed against the immediate need for feed. Alfalfa regrowth following late season cutting uses root reserves required for winter survival. Sufficient top growth is also needed to hold snow and insulate overwintering plants. Refer to Publication 811 "Agronomy Guide" for a map detailing the Critical Fall Harvest Period for Ontario. CORN
Yield potential has suffered due to the dry weather conditions experienced during much of the grain fill period. Corn silage harvest is underway and 2 weeks ahead of schedule in the southwest and grain harvest may not be far behind.

32. Sugarbeets
Alternative crops From Ohio State agronomy guide, nice listing American PhytopathologicalSociety, searchable and list index of all major crops and their
MSU Resources
Ag Engineering Articles Sponsored by MSU Extension, MSU Experiment Station, with full text in Acrobat/PDF format. Ag Health and Safety Documents Sponsored by MSU and the Office of Radiation, Chemical and Biologic Safety. Links and full text on many Haz Mat items. Biological Control Program Sponsored by MSU Extension, MSU Experiment Station, with links and information on biological control, research, howto Common Weed Seedlings of Michigan MSU full text bulletin on weed seedlings, with color visuals and a chart to follow seed families. Current CAT Newsletter on Field Crops Sponsored by MSU Extension and the Pesticide Research Cntr, info each week (in season) on crops, diseases, IPM issues. Current Crop Advisory Newsletters Department of Ag Engineering Safety News MSU Ag Engineering puts out this monthly ag safety news. Farm Managment and TelFarm MSU Specialist, Sherrill Nott, has full text reports of current information on Farm Management numbers. Field Crop CAT Alerts From the Michigan Extension Service, Crop Advisory Team Newsletter archives, look under s for sugarbeets.

33. KSU Libraries -- Agriculture Reference Books
There is a subject index in Volume 4. other losses, cereal grains, forage, roughages,silage crops, animals, and by the American Society of agronomy, the Crop
Located in the Love Science Library Reference area on First Floor, Hale Library.
These books do not circulate.
    Agricultural Research Centers
    S 530.5 .F37 12th
    A comprehensive reference source providing profiles of industrial centers, official laboratories, and major university or technical college laboratories which carry out, or fund research into agriculture and allied disciplines. Arrangement is alphabetical by country and alphabetical by title within the country. Includes a subject index and a title of establishment index. The Agriculture Dictionary
    Defines terminology used in animal science, entomology, agronomy, horticulture, agricultural economics, food science, range science, pathology, forestry, and conservation. Atlas of American Agriculture
    G 1201 J1 P5 1996 Social Science/Humanities Reference, Second Floor
    Variety of national and regional maps on crop and livestock production, numbers, and distribution. Also includes textual information. Crop Protection Chemicals Reference
    SB 950.9 C76

34. Extension Info & Research Contributions
Soils and crops Comments, Department of agronomy, University of MissouriColumbia,February 1976, Vol. 4, No. 8. Barney, TW and CJ Johannsen, index to Aerial
Publications of C. J. Johannsen
Extension Information and Popular Publications
  • Johannsen, C. J., "Effects of Storage Methods and Temperatures on Nitrate-Nitrogen in Typical Nebraska Soils," Agronomy Reports Winter, Agronomy Department, University of Nebraska, 1961. Johannsen, C. J., "Forms and Distribution of Phosphorus in a Hastings Profile," Agronomy Reports - Winter, Agronomy Department, University of Nebraska, 1961. Maichele, M. E. and C. J. Johannsen, "Everyone Benefits Through Good Comparative Programming," Plant Food News, California Chemical Co., Ortho Division, Richmond, California, September 1962, Vol. 8, No. 14. Johannsen, C. J., "Soils are an Important Consideration" Agronomy Crops and Soil Notes, Cooperative Extension Service, Purdue University, No. 11, June 1964. Phillips, M. W. and C. J. Johannsen "Remote Sensing in Agriculture", Agronomy Crops and Soils Notes, Cooperative Extension Service, Purdue University, No. 130, August 1969 Johannsen, C. J. "Crop Surveys via Remote Sensing" Agronomy Crops and Soil Notes, Cooperative Extension Service, Purdue University No. 171, June, 1971. Johannsen, C. J. and L. H. Smith, "Up on the Farm: A New View of the South Forty" Agronomy Crops and Soil Notes, Cooperative Extension Service No. 193, June, 1972.

35. University Of Manitoba - Department Of Soil Science - Manitoba Soil Science Soci
of Soil Science Soil Science Society of America agronomy, crops, and Soils of InterestAICScientificJournals Atmospheric Publications index, Full Entries
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Analytical Methods and Equipment
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Welcome to Springer
Statistical Modelling Using GENSTAT
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Canadian Ag Research Centres
Noetix Research Inc.
Ducks Unlimited Canada
Canada Agriculture Online
Canadian Society of Soil Science ...
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Canada and US Soil Survey
Agroecological Resource Areas - Definition
USDA-NRCSSoil Series Classification View By Name
OSU/SNR Soil Database Website
Soils Data Bases, Survey Section, ISU Stat Lab ...
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CanSIS Home Page
Carbon sequestration - additional environmental benefits of forages in the PFRA Permanent Cover Program Go back to top
Electronic Journals
AIC:Scientific Journals
Science Magazine
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture - vol. 38 no. 7

36. Index
3, Soil Science, Dr.MPS Gill, SES (Soils Science), 506. 4, agronomy, Dr SP Mehra,SES(agronomy), 401. 5, Fruit crops, Dr BS Chahal, Prof. Horticulture(Extension),458.
Telephone Help Line For Farmers At Ludhiana
The University Telephone Numbers at Ludhiana (PB) is 2401960. Then ask for the extension telephone numbers from operator :- Sr.No. Field of Specialisation Name of the Expert Extension.No. Plant Protection Dr. N.S Butter,Prof. Pl.Protection Dr. Dulcha Singh Brar, Prof. Of Entomology Plant Pathology Dr. H S Rewal, SES(Pl.Path) Soil Science Dr.MPS Gill, SES (Soils Science) Agronomy Dr S P Mehra, SES(Agronomy) Fruit Crops Dr B S Chahal, Prof. Horticulture(Extension) Vegetable Crops Dr. JS Hundal, Head, Dept. of Vegetable Crops Dr. Tarsem Singh Dhillon, Veg. Expert Dr. R.S. Sahota, Prof. Animal Science Veterinary Science Dr K B Singh, Head, Dept. of Vety Ext. Farm Economics Dr P S Rangi, Sr. Farm Economist Farm Power and Machinery Dr S S Ahuja, SES (FPM) Dr. A.S.Dhatt, Director Post Harvest Technology

37. Ecoglobe - Transgenic Crops In Indiana: Short-term Issues For Farmers 19FEB00
Shortterm issues for farmers agronomy Dept., Purdue is that producing certifiednon-transgenic crops is not, - Illinois
19 February ecoglobe news 2000 previous next ecoNews2000 list ecoglobe ... front page
Transgenic Crops in Indiana: Short-term issues for farmers

Agronomy Dept., Purdue Univ. West Lafayette IN 47907-1150
What's in a Name? The phrase "genetically modified organism" and its acronym "GMO", as they are being used in debates throughout the world, refer primarily to those crop varieties that contain genes physically transferred from another species. Such crop varieties are more accurately described as being "transgenic" and will be referred to as such in this short article. Transgenics as Agronomic Inputs for Indiana Farmers. First of all, let's recognize that insect-resistant or herbicide tolerant varieties are NOT CRITICAL for the successful production of corn and soybean in Indiana! In other words, growing non transgenics will not result in economic ruin for most Indiana farmers! Secondly, you do NOT need a contract to grow non-transgenic crops if you are simply growing for the marketplace. In other words, growing non-transgenics will not automatically require efforts to segregate and certify non-transgenic status. However, if you want to aim for a non-transgenic market premium, you should arrange for a contract or agreement with the grain buyer to guarantee that your non-transgenic grain has a home this fall. Also, recognize that fulfilling such contracts may require you to certify that the grain you harvest and deliver is non transgenic. The ramification of this is that producing certified non-transgenic crops is not cost-free!

38. Field Crop Abstracts - The Online Abstracts Database For Field Crops Research
for agronomy (ESA) was launched in 1990 to promote the basic and applied sciencesin agronomy, particularly the relationships between crops, soils, climates
...on Field Crops Field Crop Abstracts Online The world's foremost source of reference to internationally published FIELD CROPS research, updated weekly! Get the latest information on field crop production , from germination to storage . Coverage includes agronomy and crop management, cultivars, crop protection, crop physiology, environmental impact on crops, harvesting, storage , and crop quality of cereals, grain legumes, root crops, fibre crops, oilseed crops, sugar crops , as well as other regionally important crops such as pseudocereals and tobacco
Each week Field Crop Abstracts Online delivers all the new highly-targeted, searchable summaries covering key English and non-English language journal articles, reports, conferences and books about Field Crops. Field Crop Abstracts Online includes a fully searchable 10-year backfile of over 25,000 abstracts (click here for a

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  • Journal of Extension:cooperative extension
  • Michigan Agricultural Experiment Stations Publications
  • Nebraska Publication Catalog Home Page
  • Newsletters:wvu extension ...
  • West Virginia University Extension Service Newsletters *CONTROL* @agriculture-js
  • APHIS Scientific and Technical Publications:animal and plant health inspection service (us)
  • CAT Alert, Michigan State :crop advisory team
  • CIS Newsletter Table of Contents:cotton insect newsletter ...
  • agrichemical environmental news *CROP* @agriculture-js
  • AZMET Cotton Advisories
  • American Journal of Enology and Viticulture
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  • 40. Indiana Center For New Crops And Plant Products
    index Search Home Table of Contents of Annual Medics into Indiana Agriculture,KD Johnson JJ Volnec, agronomy agronomy. Development of New Specialty crops.
    Index Search Home Table of Contents Janick, J. 1993. Indiana Center for New Crops and Plant Products. p. 127-129. In: J. Janick and J.E. Simon (eds.), New crops. Wiley, New York.
    Indiana Center for New Crops and Plant Products
    Jules Janick
  • Table 1 Indiana agriculture is based on crops that were once considered new. Though a process of introduction, trial and error, Indiana agricultural systems have been stabilized into a narrow group of crop species based on maize (2.4 million ha), soybeans (2.0 million ha), traditional grasses and legumes for hay and pasture (0.8 million ha), and small grains (0.4 million ha) with only about 20,000 ha in horticultural crops. As a result of the concentration of crop species, the majority of Indiana growers have relatively few alternatives, so that low prices on major commodities have a disastrous impact on Indiana agriculture. New crops offer alternatives to increase farm income, improve diets, lower costs, expand markets, diversify products, and increase exports. However, there is a dilemma to new crops developments. Processors and other entiities in the production chain are not interested in establishing facilities for new crops unless volume and markets are assured, while farmers will not plant without assured markets. This is the weak link in the chain of new crop development. Successful development of new crops and plant products requires a working partnership between scientist, farmers, industry, and government.
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