1 edition of Results of cooperative corn, flax, and soybean seed treatment tests in 1944 found in the catalog.
Results of cooperative corn, flax, and soybean seed treatment tests in 1944
United States. Plant Disease Survey
by Plant Disease Survey, Division of Mycology and Disease Survey, Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Research Administration, United States Department of Agriculture in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Series||Plant disease reporter -- suppl. 159, Plant disease reporter -- suppl. 159.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 203-224 ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
Results of seed-treatment experiments with yellow dent corn / (Washington: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, ), by James R. Holbert and Benjamin Koehler (page images at HathiTrust) The European corn borer and its controlling factors in the Orient / (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Agriculture, ), by Charles Allen Clark (page images at. The northern corn rootworm has overcome crop rotation through the selection of a variant that has a 2-year lifecycle and the western has adapted to crop rotation by laying eggs in soybeans. 29 rotated fields of corn were monitored during for the presence of rotation-resistant corn rootworms.
Bioassay species of coventional corn, sunflower, tame buckwheat, flax, quinoa, and amaranth were planted perpendicular to each plot length. Glyphosate was applied at lb ae/A with adjuvants to large bioassay species. This study was designed to test several products that have been identified as used as adjuvants in North Dakota. ACREEDGETM SOYBEAN VARIETIES AVERAGED BU./ACRE IN ; ARE PART OF UNIQUE SUPPLY CHAIN OPPORTUNITY. AMES, Iowa (Aug. 17, )—Growers in more than 26 Iowa and Minnesota counties are seeing field signs with a new brand name at end of soybean rows: AcreEdgeTM seed from Landus Cooperative®.
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Urbana, Illinois February, Publications in the Bulletin series report the results of investigations made or sponsored by the Experiment Station ILLINOIS HYBRID CORN TESTS By G. DUNCAN, J. BIGGER, A. LANG, BENJAMIN KOEHLER, and OREN BoLiN 1 NINETY-SIX PERCENT of the corn acreage in Illinois in was planted with hybrid seed.
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Newly updated text and images provide the tools for identifying insects, diseases, and disorders of corn and soybean in the Midwest. Locationof test fields CONTENTS PLANOFTESTS,WEATHER,INSECTPESTS, PAGE DISEASEDAMAGE MEASURINGPERFORMANCE RESULTSOFTESTS (TablesNorthernIllinois: WestNorth-Central:Galesburg EastNorth-Central:SheldonandMilford CornBorerDamage:SheldonandMilford.
The major findings not previously reported are: (1) development of an improved method of tetrazolium testing for grasses and cereal crops, (2) use of preplant hydration to improve germination and accelerate aging tests for soybeans, (3) cooperative research which has resulted in the inclusion of dormant seed in germination labeling of range.
and tempercttures are quite ".ble hcnce the results have often been erratic and several years huve been reouired to obtain adequate information. For the most part such tests have been desi£!ned to furnish d-nta for the development of ;-;:enaral rocoramendations for seed treatment by crops, not by individual seed lots.
Based on the results from this study, the insecticide seed treatment thiamethoxam may have the potential to safen soybean to applications of some soil-applied herbicides. View Show abstract. Dear customers and partners, I hope that you, your family, loved ones and friends are safe and healthy.
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Even more significantly, resistance in plants to several viruses, such as TMV; fungi, oomycetes such as Peronospora tabacina; and bacteria, such as Pseudomonas syringae, can be induced with several types of synthetic compounds applied by injection into the plant, spraying onto leaves, or absorption through.
Therefore, in order to be selective NA must be applied as a seed treatment. Treatment of corn seeds with 5 g NA/kg of seed (%) appears to be the optimum rate for antidotal activity, although rates as high as 2% have been reported as effective (Blair et al., ).
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