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  1. Aphids on the World's Crops: An Identification and Information Guide, 2nd Edition by R. L. Blackman, V. F. Eastop, 2000-03-14
  2. Neglected Crops: 1492 from a Different Perspective (Fao Plant Production and Protection Series,)
  3. Boron and Its Role in Crop Production by Umesh C. Gupta, 1993-07-23
  4. Organic Production and Use of Alternative Crops (Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment) by Franc Bavec, Martina Bavec, 2006-07-20
  5. Crop Production: Evolution, History, and Technology by C. Wayne Smith, 1995-11
  6. Microirrigation for Crop Production, Volume 13: Design, Operation, and Management (Developments in Agricultural Engineering)
  7. Integrated Nutrient Management for Sustainable Crop Production
  8. Understanding Crop Production by Neal C. Stoskopf, 1981-08
  9. Olives (Crop Production Science in Horticulture) by Ioannis Therios, 2008-12-17
  10. Glyphosate Resistance in Crops and Weeds: History, Development, and Management
  11. Producing Vegetable Crops (5th Edition) by John M. Swiader, George W. Ware, 2001-09-25
  12. Practical Statistics and Experimental Design for Plant and Crop Science by Alan G. Clewer, David H. Scarisbrick, 2001-03-12
  13. Physiology of Crop Production (Crop Science) by N.K. Fageria, V.C. Baligar, et all 2006-05-18
  14. The Production of New Potato Varieties: Technological Advances

21. Arizona Crop Information Site Home Page
Provides independent information on researchbased desert crop production and protection. From the University of Arizona.
Counties: Graham LaPaz/Mohave Maricopa Pima Pinal Yuma
Impact of Weed Control Research
The mission of this site is to provide visitors with independent, research-based desert crop production and protection information. New! March 17, 2003 Desert Vegetable Advisory New! The 2003 Cotton Advisories have begun!
New! Draft Guidelines for Cross-Commodity Management of Whiteflies in Arizona (PDF file, 285 KB)
New! March 10, 2003 Yuma Alfalfa Report
New! 2002 State-wide Upland Cotton Variety Trials May 13-15, 2003 Desert Ag Conference , Yuma, AZ. For more information contact the Arizona Crop Protection Association at 602-266-6149. If you would like to receive e-mail updates on new information added to ACIS, you can subscribe by sending a request to
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22. Crop Production Week
Also Happening During CPW Other Info Future Crop Week Dates. SpecialNote. Presentations from 2003. crop production Week is Sponsored by
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23. Crop Production Week - Western Canadian Crop Production Show
Other Info Future Crop Week Dates. Western Canadian crop productionShow 2003. Runs com. Return to crop production Week Home Page.
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Western Canadian Crop Production Show 2003
  • Runs in conjunction with Crop Production Week Displays that specifically target the grain industry including seed distributors, crop protection and fertilizer products, grain marketing information, and the latest in equipment technology. Also included - the Seager Wheeler Pedigreed Seed Show.
  • Monday, January 6 - 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Tuesday, January 7 - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Wednesday, January 8 - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Thursday, January 9 - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Friday, January 10 - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
-Prairieland Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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-$6 per person with children 12 and under free New for 2003 For More Info on Western Canadian Crop Production ShowCall Saskatoon Prairieland Park at 1-888-931-9333 or 1-306-931-7149 or email Prairieland Agriculture Manager Donna Bohrson at

24. Diversifying U.S. Crop Production
1996. Diversifying US crop production. p. 98109. In J. Janick (ed.), Progressin new crops. ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA. Diversifying US crop production*.
Index Search Home Table of Contents Janick, J., M.G. Blase, D.L. Johnson, G.D. Jolliff, and R.L. Myers. 1996. Diversifying U.S. crop production. p. 98-109. In: J. Janick (ed.), Progress in new crops. ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA.
Diversifying U.S. Crop Production
Jules Janick, Melvin G. Blase, Duane L. Johnson, Gary D. Jolliff, and Robert L. Myers
  • New Crops for Diversification
  • New Crops for New Industries
  • New Crops for Improvements in Diet And Health ...
  • Fig. 1 The greatest service which can be rendered any country is to add a useful plant to its culture. Thomas Jefferson, In Services to My Country (ca. 1800) Neither my overseers nor manager will attend properly to anything but the crops they have usually cultivated; and, in spite of all I can say, if there is the smallest discretionary power allowed them they will fill the land with corn, although even to themselves there are the most obvious traces of its baneful effects. I am resolved, however, as soon as it shall be in my power to attend a little more closely to my own concerns, to make this crop yield [i.e., give way] in a degree to other grains, to pulses, and to grasses. Letter from George Washington to Thomas Jefferson (October 4, 1795)
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    Southern crop production Association PO Box 7000, Dawson GA 39842 Phone (229)9952125 Fax (229) 995-4000 SCPA Welcomes You.
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    26. NU IANR News Archive
    a University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension newsletter, returns to regular publicationin early March with timely information on crop production and pest
    IANR Home IANR News Home Headlines World Ag News ... Contact Us News Topics All Categories Biotechnology For the Home Forestry ... Work News Archive Search by Keyword
    View by Month/ Year January February March April May June July August September October November December
    Happenings March 27, 2003
    Mold, Moisture Conference Scheduled March 27

    April 5, 2003
    Many Activities Planned For CASNR Week April 5-12

    April 7, 2003
    Leading Scientists to Share
    E. coli Findings at Second Meat Safety Conference
    May 5, 2003
    Grant Writing Topic of May Workshop in Lincoln

    May 13, 2003 Latest Developments in Geographic Information Systems at State Symposium in May Back Crop Production March 7, 2003 Bt Corn for Rootworm Has Some Changes In Refuge Requirements LINCOLN, Neb. — Farmers able to get the new Bt corn for rootworm control this spring will see some changes in refuge requirements from those for Bt corn that targets corn borer, University of Nebraska entomologists say. More March 4, 2003 Farmers Should Visit with Crop Insurance Agent for 2003 Decisions LINCOLN, Neb. — This year's drought will make choosing the right crop insurance coverage difficult. In this extremely dry year, farmers need to visit with their insurance agent soon. The deadline to buy crop insurance for 2003 spring-planted crops is March 15.

    27. Crop Production
    Soybean crop production information on the Minnesota Soybean ProductionWebsite from the Univ. of Minnesota. Please select a topic
    breadCrumbs("",">","index.htm","newsgreen","newsgreen","newsblue","0"); Please select a topic from the menu at top, or using the menu below. Variety Info l Diseases l Weeds l Insects l Soil Fertility l l l Organic Production 2000 Variety Trials
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    28. ARS National Program Staff :: Crop Production, Product Value And Safety
    ARS National Program Staff crop production, Product Value and Safety The PlantSciences is the principal organizational component of the National Program
    Crop Production, Product Value and Safety Location National Program Staff
    Office of Deputy Administrator

    Natural Resources and Sustainable Agricultural Systems

    Crop Production, Product Value and Safety

    Animal Production, Product Value, and Safety
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    The Plant Sciences is the principal organizational component of the National Program Staff with responsibilities for establishing program priorities, providing program review and evaluation, and recommending appropriate redirection of research and reallocation of resources for plant science programs so as to be consistent with the ARS Program Plan and Six-Year Implementation Plan and Department policies. The National Programs Crop Production, Product Value and Safety

    29. PrairieLinks Agriculture Directory Classified Ads
    Worldwide sunflower information including agronomics, crop production, gardens and clipart.
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    30. ARS Crop Production National Program (305)
    crop production. Program Team, email this page. Program Summary Program Direction.Vision Statement Sustained and/or enhanced economical crop production.

    31. North Carolina IPM
    North Carolina Pest Management Information. Home. crop production. CurrentInformation. Production Guides. Search. Urban Pest Management. crop production.

    32. AVENTIS > Home
    Dedicated to improving life through the discovery and development of products in the fields of prescription drugs, vaccines, therapeutic proteins, crop production and protection, animal health, and nutrition. (NYSE AVE)
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    33. Cover Crop Use In Crop Production Systems, G93-1146-A
    G931146-A. Cover Crop Use in crop production Systems. This NebGuide describeshow cover crops can be integrated into various cropping systems.
    Cover Crop Use in
    Crop Production Systems
    This NebGuide describes how cover crops can be integrated into various cropping systems. Robert Wilson, Extension Weeds Specialist
    John Smith, Machinery Systems Specialist
    Russell Moomaw, Extension Crops and Weeds Specialist
    Previous Category Catalog Order Info
    Agricultural producers are hearing more about cover crops, but many are unsure how such plants might be used in current crop production systems. Cover crops are legumes, cereals or an appropriate mixture. They are grown specifically to protect soil from erosion, protect emerging crops from blowing soil particles, improve soil structure, enhance soil fertility, reduce nutrient leaching, recycle nutrients and suppress weeds. A number of plant species could be used, but they must be successfully integrated into a diverse number of cropping systems used in Nebraska. Nebraska has many areas where cover crops can be valuable. First, there are the sandy soils in the Sandhills. Antelope, Holt, Madison, Pierce and Stanton counties have large acreages of these sandy soils in cultivated crop production. The rolling loess hills of eastern Nebraska, alternately cropped to soybeans and corn, could benefit from use of cover crops. The low organic matter, sandy soils of southwest Nebraska are vulnerable to wind erosion. The same is true of soils in the irrigationd North Platte River Valley, where field beans, potatoes and sugarbeets leave little crop residue.

    34. Paradigm Genetics, Inc.
    Discoves and modifies genes, measure the consequences of themodificat ions and reliably determine the function of those genes for crop production, nutrition, human health and industrial products. (Nasdaq PDGM).

    35. Understanding Potassium For Crop Production In Nebraska, G82-587-A
    G82587-A. Understanding Potassium for crop production in Nebraska. This NebGuidediscusses the availability of and the need for potassium in Nebraska soils
    Understanding Potassium for Crop
    Production in Nebraska
    This NebGuide discusses the availability of and the need for potassium in Nebraska soils George W. Rehm, Extension Soils Specialist Previous Category Catalog Order Info
    Potassium (K) is an essential nutrient absorbed from soils by crops in relatively large amounts. Therefore, it is classified as a major nutrient. Although large amounts are absorbed, potassium is not necessarily needed in a fertilizer program. Numerous studies conducted with all major crops have definitely shown that adding potassium to a fertilizer program does not lead to yield increases on the large majority of soils in Nebraska.
    Forms of Potassium
    Potassium exists in three forms in all soils:
  • unavailable (fixed)
  • slowly available
  • readily available Unavailable, or fixed, potassium is a part of the minerals (feldspars and micas) in the soil. This form of potassium is converted to either the slowly available or the readily available form by the process called weathering. The rate of weathering is not the same across the state. It is affected by such factors as the type of mineral being weathered, moisture content of the soil, and temperature. The slowly available form of potassium is held tightly to the clay-sized particles in soils. In some cases, this form may be "trapped" between two clay particles.
  • 36. Agricultural Systems - Vegetable Production
    crop production. An excellent online guide to commercial vegetable crop productionfor the Pacific Northwest. A list of crops from arugula to zucchini.
    Vegetable Research and Extension
    Crop Production Food Safety Marketing On-Farm Research ... Agsyst Home
    Crop Production
    Links to Additional Resources
    We have provided you with links to web sites which are not in the domain of Washington State University. We have provided these links as a service but do not endorse any commercial products, pest control recommendations, or attest to the accuracy of the information found on these non-WSU web sites. Asian Vegetables
    Produced by the Plant Sciences Group of the Central Queensland University, this web page has information on bamboo shoots, edamame, and wasabi, as well as many other Asian crops. Commercial Agriculture Fact Sheets and Bulletins
    This site covers field crops, blueberries, vegetable IPM programs, and tree fruit pest management. It also has marketing information. Commercial Vegetable Production Guidelines
    Oregon State University, Department of Horticulture. An excellent on-line guide to commercial vegetable crop production for the Pacific Northwest. A list of crops from arugula to zucchini. Includes production, harvesting, soil fertility, and pest control. Site includes:
    • Commercial vegetable production guidelines OSU Plant Disease Control Guide Links to on-line commercial vegetable guides from other states Links to other agricultural sites Market and shipping prices Fruit and vegetable reports Seed company addresses
    Composted Animal Manures: Precautions and Processing
    Composting and sanitation, pathogenic microorganisms, measurement and monitoring of pathogens.

    37. Crop Production
    crop production up. Related topics crop production in the East of Scotland,Published on the Web in 2000 by the Scottish Agricultural
    crop production [up]
    Related topics: other agriculture crop husbandry crop yield
    Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B : soil and plant science
    Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica is an agricultural research journal of "international interest and relevance to Scandinavian conditions" published by Taylor and Francis, on behalf of The Scandinavian Association of Agricultural Scientists. It is published in 3 sections. Section B covers all aspects of soil and plant science, including soil management, crop production, management systems, plant protection, plant breeding, applied plant physiology, and environmental considerations. Tables of contents and abstracts are available from August 1999 onwards. Full-text access to articles (in PDF, requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader) is available to subscribers, or on a pay-per-view basis. Subscription information is provided on the site, as well as a free sample copy (requires registration). A free table of contents alerting service is also available, via SARA (Scholarly Articles Research Alerting). Scandinavia crop production journals plant breeding ... Alberta crop reports Published on the Web by Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, this site provides access to Alberta's crop reports for 1999 and 2000. Reports are provided for the Central, North East, North West, Peace and South of Alberta province, in addition to overall Alberta reports. The site also provides access to annual crop reviews from 1998 onwards, and has details of insect forecasting.

    38. Malaysian Society Of Plant Physiology Homepage
    Society to foster exchange of knowledge of plant physiology and its role in the development and improvement of Malaysian agriculture in tandem with the global food crop production. The focus is on research, development, and applications of significance to science, economy, national policy and society.
    Update Malaysian Society of Plant Physiology
    President Speech
    10th MSPP Conference MSPP Newsletter List of Members ... Who is Who in Malaysian Agriculture
    MSPP Secretariat, Beg Berkunci 282, Pejabat Pos UPM, 43409 Serdang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, MALAYSIA
    Tel 603-9437918 Fax 603-9487639
    This page is maintained by Webphysiologist
    About MSPP MSPP Exco Calendar ... MALAYSIA

    39. The Haworth Press Online Catalog: Product: 'Journal Of Crop Production'
    (J144v7). Be among the first to get the latest advancements in basicand applied aspects of crop production! Journal of crop production.

    40. BASF AgSolutions
    Offering solutions to crop production challenges with information and tools that will help you farm better.

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