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1 59 TILL
2 30 TILLING
3 362 TILLAGE
4 8 TILLED
5 25 ZERO
6 68 MINIMUM
7 110 REDUCED
8 679 LOW
9 142 REDUCING
10 16 NO(W)TILL
11 13 NO(W)TILLAGE
12 0 NON(W)TILL
13 0 NON(W)TILLAGE
14 0 NO(W)TILLING
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7728414 80006444 Holding Library: AGL
Nitrogen fertilization requirements for no-tillage and
minimum tillage wheat
Schneider. R.P.; Johnson, B.E.
Fargo, N.D., The Station.
North Dakota farm research.North Dakota. -Agricultural
Experiment Station. v. 37 (3) Nov/Dec 1979. p. 22-24.
ill.
ISSN 0097-5338:
NAL: 100 N813B



7727962 80006011 Holding Library: AGL
Responses of promising cotton cultivars under rice fallow
condition using zero tillage
Cabangbang. R.P.; Villanueva. M.C.
College, Laguna. Crop Science Society of the Philippines &
Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research.
The Philippine journal of crop science. v. 3 (4) Dec
1978. p. 247-250. ill.
ISSN 0115-2025:
NAL: SB13.P48



7727544 80005573 Holding Library: AGL
Scientific and practical fundamentals of minimum tillage
Puponin. A.I.;
Moskva, "Kolos".
Izvestiia.Timiriazevskaia sel'skokhoziaistvennaia akademiia.
Mar/Apr 1979. (2) Mar/Apr 1979. p. 10-18. ill.
NAL: 106 P44


7722946 80000955 Holding Library: AGL
No-till drills for recropping
Krall. J.; Dubbs. A.
Bozeman. Mont.. The Station.
Bulletin.Montana. -Agricultural Experiment Station.
1979. (716) July 1979. 21 p. ill.
ISSN 0096-638X:
NAL: 100 M76 (i)


July


7721418 79106104 Holding Library: AGL
Dynamics of nitrates and some ways of reducing their
quantity in meadow-Chernozem-like soil of rice fields in the
Kuban (Effect of methods of soil tillage)
Butov, A.K.; Sharifullin, R.S.
Krasnodar, Institut.
Biulleten' Nauchno-tekhnicheskoi informatsii.Vsesoiuznyi
nauchno-issledovatel'skii institute risa. 1977. (23) 1977.


1891


I of 66) User 1032 17apr80


p. 33-36. ill.
NAL: SB191.R5V74



7721367 79106053 Holding Library: AGL
Nitrogen and phosphorus requirements of wheat sown by
minimum tillage into rice stubble and the effect of rice
stubble treatment
Dear. B.S.; McDonald, D.J.
Melbourne, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research
Organization.
Australian journal of experimental agriculture and animal
husbandry, v. 19 (99) Aug 1979. p. 488-494. ill.
ISSN 0045-060X:
NAL: 23 AU792



7720009 79104690 Holding Library: AGL
Possibilities of applying minimum soil tillage to maize
cultivation
Atanasov, P.P.; TSalov, I.
Moskva, "Kolos".
Mezhdunarodnyi sel'skokhoziaistvennyi zhurnal. 1979. (1)
1979. p. 55-59. ill.
ISSN 0026-1882:
NAL: 20 M57



7718449 79103116 Holding Library: AGL
No-till fallowing in northern New South Wales (Tillage
techniques).
Percival, R.H.:
Sydney, New South Wales, Dept. of Agriculture.
Agricultural gazette of New South Wales. June 1979. .90
(3) June 1979. p. 42-43. ill.
ISSN 0002-1474:
NAL: 23 N472


7714061 79003766 Holding Library: AGL
No-till farming; It's not for everyone
Newcomer, J.L.;
Madison. Wis.. American Society of Agronomy
Crops and soils magazine v. 31 (3) Dec 1978.
ill.
NAL: 6 W55


p. 15-16.









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7713909 79002899 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum soil tillage for spring barley after
sugarbeet--beet-growing region
Minimalizace zpracovani pudy k jarnimu jecmeni po
cukrovce--reparsky vyrobni typ
Suskevic. M.;
Praha
Rostlinna vyrobaCeskoslovenska akademie zemedelska. -Ustav
vedeckotechnickych informact. v. 24 (10) Oct 1978. p.
1039-1045. ill.
ISSN 0035-8371:
NAL: 64.9 C33



7713761 79002165 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum soil tillage for spring barley after sugarbeets in
the maize-growing region
Minimalizace zpracovani pudy k jarnimu jecmeni po
cukrovce-kukuricny vyrobni typ
Suskevic. M.; Odlozilik, S.
Praha
Rostlinna vyrobaCeskoslovenska akademie zemedelska. -Ustav
vedeckotechnickych informaci. v. 24 (7) July 1978. p.
671-679. ill.
ISSN 0035-8371:
NAL: 64.9 C33



7705958 79094226 Holding Library: AGL
The Chisel-Planter--a minimum tillage system for winter
wheat
Peterson, C.L.; Dowding. E.A.
Moscow, Idaho. The Service.
Current information series.Idaho. -University. -Cooperative
Extension Service. June 1979. (476) June 1979. 4 p.
ill.
NAL: 275.29 ID13IUC


7702191 79090437 Holding Library: AGL
No-tillage grain production in the Edmonton
Bentley, C.F.; Crepin, J.M.
Edmonton, Faculty of Agriculture and Fores
of Alberta.
Agriculture and forestry bulletin. 1 (1)
17-25. ill.
NAL: 101 AL1A



7701621 79089862 Holding Library: AGL
The "other side" of no-till (Herbicides).
Smyser. S.;


region (Barley).

try. University

1978. p.


Emmaus, Pa.. Rodale Press.
The New farm. v. 1 (2) Feb 1979. p. 78-80. ill.
NAL: Si.N32



7698870 79087089 Holding Library: AGL
Ecofallow. a reduced tillage system, and plant diseases
Doupnik. B. Jr.; Boosalis. M.G.
St. Paul, Minn.. American Phytopathological Society.
Plant disease. v. 64 (1) Jan 1980. p. 31-35. ill.
ISSN 0191-2917:
NAL: 1.9 P69P



7696064 79084277 Holding Library: AGL
The practical significance and scientific investigation on
dense planting and no-tillage in tea cultivation
Feng, S.L.;
Peking. Nung yeh ch'u pan she.
Chung-kuo nung yeh k'o hsueh. May 1979. (2) May 1979.
p. 55-62. ill.
NAL: 22.5 N928



7694943 79083153 Holding Library: AGL
No-till planting effective In checking erosion losses
(Tillage).
Hall, J.K.; Hartwig. N.L.
University Park. Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment
Station.
Science in agriculture. v. 26 (4) Summer 1979. p.
10-11. ill.
ISSN 0048-9670:
NAL: 100 P381S


7691007 79079189 Holding Library: AGL
Plowing effect on corn yield response to
following alfalfa (compared with no-tillage).
Triplett. G.B. Jr.: Haghiri. F.
Madison. The Society.
Agronomy journal.American Society of Agronomy.
SSept/Oct 1979. p. 801-803. ill.
ISSN 0002-1962:
NAL: 4 AM34P


N (nitrogen)



v. 71 (5)


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7689303 79077480 Holding Library: AGL
The number of soil tillages can be reduced (Minimum tillage
in a crop rotation containing maize, wheat, perennial grasses
and legumes on irrigated lands)
Pilipenko. A.; Kiver, V.
Kishinev. Ministerstvo sel'skogo khoziaistva Moldavskoi
SSR.
Sel'skoe khoziaistvo Moldavil. Sept 1978. (9) Sept
1978. p. 22-23. ill.
NAL: 20 Z45



7689034 79077210 Holding Library: AGL
Grain sorghum production: with reduced tillage, after wheat.
in central Kansas (Cropping).
Nilson, E.B.; Phillips, W.M.
Rev
Manhattan. Kan., The Service.
C.Kansas State University. -Cooperative Extension Service.
Sept 1978. (477) Sept 1978. 12 p. ill., map.
NAL: 275.29 K13EX



7687079 79075242 Holding Library: AGL
Reduced tillage weed control across Iowa (Includes
herbicides evaluation).
Vincent. G.B.; Jennings. V.M.
Champaign, Ill., The Conference.
Proceedings ... annual meeting.North Central Weed Control
Conference. v. 33 1978. p. 91-93. ill.
ISSN 0361-8781:
NAL: 79.9 N81



7687064 79075227 Holding Library: AGL
Weeds and weed control with reduced tillage
Stobbe, E.H.;
Champaign. Ill., The Conference.
Proceedings ... annual meeting.North Central Weed Control
Conference. v. 33 1978. p. 29-30.
ISSN 0361-8781:
NAL: 79.9 N81



7685356 79073508 Holding Library: AGL
No-till pays off (Reduced tillage, corn and rye).
Dean. J.E.:
Washington, D.C.. United States Soil Conservation Service.
Soil conservation. v. 45 (1) Aug 1979. p. 22. ill.
ISSN 0038-0725:
NAL: 1.6 503S


7684468 79072615 Holding Library: AGL
The pro's and con's of minimum tillage in corn
Triplett, G.B. Jr.;
Washington. D.C., American Seed Trade Association.
Proceedings of the ... annual corn and sorghum research
conference.American Seed Trade Association. -Corn and Sorghum
Division. -Corn and Sorghum Research Conference. 1976.
(31st) 1976. p. 144-158. ill.
NAL: 59.9 AM32



7682809 79070942 Holding Library: AGL
N (nitrogen) behavior under no-till and conventional corn
culture. II. Grain and forage yields in relation to amounts of
N applied and total N uptake
Stanford. G.; Bandel. V.A.
Madison, Wis.. American Society of Agronomy.
Agronomy abstracts. 1979. 1979. p. 183.
ISSN 0065-4671:
NAL: 241 AM39



7682805 79070938 Holding Library: AGL
Utilization of labeled-N (nitrogen) fertilizer by silage
corn under conventional and no-till culture
Legg. J.O.; Stanford. G.
Madison. Wis.. American Society of Agronomy.
Agronomy abstracts. 1979. 1979. p. 175.
ISSN 0065-4671:
NAL: 241 AM39


7682804 79070937 Holding Library: AGL
Nitrogen behavoir in reduced tillage systems
Legg, J.O.;
Madison. Wis.. American Society of Agronomy.
Agronomy abstracts. 1979. 1979. p. 175.
ISSN 0065-4671:
NAL: 241 AM39











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7682798 79070931 Holding Library: AGL
Nitrogen source and rate effects on soil pH (hydrogen-ion
concentration) corn yields and nitrogen uptake in reduced
tillage systems
Bandel, V.A.; Dzienia. S.
Madison. Wis., American Society of Agronomy.
Agronomy abstracts. 1979. 1979. p. 168.
ISSN 0065-4671:
NAL: 241 AM39



7682788 79070921 Holding Library: AGL
Microbial and biochemical changes associated with reduced
tillage
Doran. J.W.;
Madison. Wis.. American Society of Agronomy.
Agronomy abstracts. 1979. 1979. p. 156.
ISSN 0065-4671:
NAL: 241 AM39



7682109 79070237 Holding Library: AGL
Effect of no-till and in-row-subsoiling on corn production
King. C.C. Jr.; Elkins. C.B.
Madison. Wis.. American Society of Agronomy.
Agronomy abstracts. 1979. 1979. p. 104.
ISSN 0065-4671:
NAL: 241 AM39



7678341 79067139 Holding Library: AGL
1979 insecticide recommendations for conventional and
no-tillage field corn
Gregory. W.;
Rev
Lexington. Ky.. The Service.
ENT.Kentucky. -University. -Cooperative Extension Service.
Dec 1978. (16) Dec 1978. 8 p.
ISSN 0090-3582:
NAL: 275.29 K415E


7675873 79064653 Holding Library: AGL
Possibility of reducing the number of
operations on clean fallows (in Western
erosion control)
Buiankin. V.I.; Kucherov. V.S.
Alma-Ata
Vestnik sel'skokhoziaistvennoi nauki
S.S.R. -Ministerstvo sel'skogo khoziaistva.
. Oct 1978. p. 24-28. ill.
NAL: 20 AK16


7672610 79061367 Holding Library: AGL
Developments with seed drill coulters for direct drilling
(zero tillage). I. Trash handling properties of coulters.
Baker. C.J.; Badger. E.M.
Wellington. Department of Scientific and Industrial
Research
New Zealand journal of experimental agriculture v. 7 (2)
une 1979. p. 175-184. ill.
ISSN 0301-5521:
NAL: S542.A1N45



7672226 79060982 Holding Library: AGL
Corn production under minimum and conventional tillage
systems in the Arkansas Valley
Ball, W.S.: Swink. J.F.
Ft. Collins
Progress reportColorado. -Experiment Station. Jan 1978.
(3) Jan 1978. 3 p. ill.
NAL: 100 C71C



7672067 79060822 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum tillage system of soil on eroded hilly land
Sistemul de lucrari minime ale solului, pe terenurile in
panta erodate
Nistor. D.; Doina Nistor
Bucuresti, Ministerul Agriculturil si Industriei
Alimentare
Productia vegetala: Cereale si plante tehnice v. 31 (1)
Jan 1979. p. 26-31. ill.
NAL: 21 R862



7669342 79058072 Holding Library: AGL
No-till chemical management--still a tricky task (weed
control)
Mar 1978. v. 93 (3)
Progressive farmer for the West. v. 93 (3) Mar 1978.
p. 32-33. 111.
NAL: 6 T311


mechanical tillage
Kazakhstan, wind



KazakhstanaKazakh
Oct 1978. (10)


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7668767 79057490 Holding Library: AGL
Effects of small grain (wheat and barley) stubble height and
mulch on no-tillage soybean production (Double crop).
Hovermale. C.H.; Camper. H.M.
Madison
Agronomy JournalAmerican Society of Agronomy. v. 71 (4)
July/Aug 1979. p. 644-647. ill.
ISSN 0002-1962:
NAL: 4 AM34P



7664457 79053154 Holding Library: AGL
Vibratory furrow opening tool for minimum tillage planters
Tompkins. F.D.: 8ledsoe. B.L.
St. Joseph. Mich.
Transactions of the ASAEAmerican Society of Agricultural
Engineers. v. 22 (3) May/June 1979. p. 498-503. ill.
ISSN 0001-2351:
NAL: 290.9 AM32T



7662241 79050921 Holding Library: AGL
No-till cultivation--better yields from less expense?
(Tillage).
Riechert. B.:
Athens. University of Georgia College of Agriculture
Experiment Stations
Georgia agricultural research v. 20 (3) Winter 1979.
p. 4-9. ill.
ISSN 0016-8122:
NAL: 100 G295



7659938 79048604 Holding Library: AGL
How California cotton producers are beating the cost-price
squeeze (Narrow-row cotton, minimum tillage, once-over harvest
machines, movable module builders).
Drum. D.:
Apr 1979. v. 94 (4)
Progressive farmer for the West. v. 94 (4) Apr 1979.
p. 47N-48N. ill.
NAL: 6 T311



7659656 79048318 Holding Library: AGL
Influence of six years of no-tillage and conventional
plowing on fertilizer response of maize (Zea mays L.) on an
Alfisol in the Tropics (in southwestern Nigeria).
Lal. R.;
Madison, Wis.
Soil Science Society of America journalSoil Science Society
of America. v. 43 (2) Mar/Apr 1979. p. 399-403. ill.


ISSN 0361-5995:
NAL: 56.9 S03


7657042 79045688 Holding Library:
Control of broadleaf perennials
(Lotus corniculatus) seeding.
Nichols, R.L.: Peters, R.A.
Beltsville, Md.
Proceedings of the ... annual
Science Society. v. 33 1979. p.
ISSN 0078-1703:
NAL: 79.9 N814


AGL
in a no-tillage trefoil



meetingNortheastern Weed
34-40. ill.


7657037 79045683 Holding Library: AGL
Combination of three residual herbicides for fall Panicum
(dicotomifolum) control in no-tillage corn.
Parochetti, J.V.;
Beltsville. Md.
Proceedings of the ... annual meetingNortheastern Weed
Science Society. v. 33 1979. p. 4.
ISSN 0078-1703:
NAL: 79.9 N814



7651586 79040099 Holding Library: AGL
Reduction of soil erosion by the no-till system in the
Southern Piedmont
Langdale. G.W.; Barnett, A.P.
St. Joseph. Mich.
Transactions of the ASAEAmerican Society of Agricultural
Engineers. v. 22 (1) Jan/Feb 1979. p. 82-86. 92. ill.
ISSN 0001-2351:
NAL: 290.9 AM32T



7651211 79039721 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum tillage production of furrow irrigated sugarbeets in
eastern Colorado
Skwara. C.T.; deMooy, C.J.
Ft. Collins
Progress reportColorado. -Experiment Station. May 1979.
(8) May 1979. 2 p.
NAL: 100 C71C











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7650313 79726069 Holding Library: AGL; AGL
Soil taxonomy as a guide to economic feasibility of soil
tillage systems in reducing nonpoint pollution
Cosper. Harold R.:
United States Dept. of Agriculture Economics.
Statistics, and Cooperatives Service Natural Resource
Economics Division
Washington Natural Resource Economics Division.
U.S.D.A.. Economics. Statistics, and Cooperatives Service
1979 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
ii. 35 leaves : ill., maps.
NAL: aS591.AIC6



7646158 79038904 Holding Library: AGL
Weed problems resulting from reduced tillage (Field crops)
Ukrudtsproblemer ved reduceret jordbehandling
Ravn. K.:
Kobenhavn. Danmarks Jordbrugsvidenskabelige Kandidatforbu-
nd
Ugeskrift for jordbrug v. 124 (3) an 18. 1979. p.
43-45. ill.
ISSN 0106-0546:
NAL: Sll.U35



7646156 79038902 Holding Library: AGL
Results and experience from Orritslevgaard (Reduced soil
tillage)
Resultater of erfaringer fra Orritslevgaard
Nielsen. V.:
Kobenhavn. Danmarks Jordbrugsvidenskabelige Kandidatforbu-
nd
Ugeskrift for jordbrug v. 124 (3) an 18. 1979. p.
35-37. ill.
ISSN 0106-0546:
NAL: Sl.U35



7646058 79038803 Holding Library: AGL
Insect relationships in no-till cropping
All. u.N.:
San Francisco
Agrichemical age v. 23 (4) Apr 1979. p. 22-23. ill.
ISSN 0044-6769:
NAL: 381 AG85


7643033 79035748 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum tillage (Sugarbeets).
McNamee. M.A.: Fornstrom. K.J.
Laramie


Research journalWyoming. -Agricultural Experiment Station.
Jan 1978. (120) dan 1978. p. 3-7.
ISSN 0084-3148:
NAL: S131.E22



7642885 79035598 Holding Library: AGL
Feeling behavior of lesser cornstalk borer (Elasmopalpus
lignosellus) larvae in simulations of no-tillage, mulched
conventional tillage, and conventional tillage corn cropping
systems..
Cheshire. J.M. Jr.; All. J.N.
College Park, Md.. Entomological Society of America
Environmental entomology v. 8 (2) Apr 1979. p.
261-264. ill.
ISSN 0046-225X:
NAL: OL461.E532


7638461 79031144 Holding Library: AGL
Prospects for using minimum and zero tillage
lowland rice (Weeds, chemical, cultural control).
De Datta. S.K.: Bolton. F.R.
Oxford. Blackwell Scientific Publications
Weed research v. 19 (1) Feb 1979. p. 9-15.
ISSN 0043-1737:
NAL: 79.8 W412


in tropical



ill.


7636530 79029160 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum tillage and planting technology. Procedures, effects
on soil and crops
Die Minimal-Bestelltechnik. Verfahrenstechnik. Auswirkungen
auf Boden und Pflanze
Estler. M.;
Hamburg
Berichte uber LandwirtschaftGermany (Federal Republic).
-Bundesministerium fur Ernahrung. Landwirtschaft und Forsten.
new ser., v. 56 (2/3) 1978. p. 457-480. ill.
ISSN 0005-9080:
NAL: 18 G31



7635274 79027841 Holding Library: AGL
Nutrient profile in a tropical Alftsol under conventional
and no-till systems
duo. A.S.R.; Lal. R.
Baltimore
Soil science v. 127 (3) Mar 1979. p. 168-173. 11.
ISSN 0038-075X:
NAL: 56.8 S03


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7634389 79026901 Holding Library: AGL
Prospects for using minimum and zero tillage in tropical
lowland rice (Weed control, cultural).
De Datta. S.K.; Bolton. F.R.
Oxford
Weed research v. 19 (1) Feb 1979. p. 9-15. ill.
ISSN 0043-1737:
NAL: 79.8 W412



7632575 79024900 Holding Library: AGL
Reduced tillage systems--their potential for soil
conservation in northern New South Wales
Marston. D.:
Sydney
The Journal of the Soil Conservation Service of New South
WalesNew South Wales. -Soil Conservation Service. v. 34 (4)
SOct 1978. p. 203-209. ill.
ISSN 0028-6818:
NAL: 56.9 N472



7632525 79024849 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum tillage and Japanese tilling techniques for rice
culture
Wagatsuma, K.:
Tokyo. Shin Norin Sha
Farming mechanization Apr 1977. (4) Apr 1977. p.
30-32. ill.
NAL: 58.8 K55



7631270 79023466 Holding Library: AGL
An economic assessment of zero tillage (feasibility of using
herbicides) in wheat-fallow rotations in southern Alberta.
Zentner. R.P.; Lindwall. C.W.
Ottawa. Information Services. Agriculture Canada
Canadian farm economics v. 13 (6) Dec 1978. p. 1-6.
ill.
ISSN 0008-3518:
NAL: HD1401.C2



7625968 79017697 Holding Library: AGL
No-tillage maize production in chemically suppressed grass
sod (Festuca arundinacea. Poa pratensis. herbicides, erosion
control).
Elkins. D.M.; Vandeventer, J.W.
Madison
Agronomy journalAmerican Society of Agronomy. v. 71 (1)
Jan/Feb 1979. p. 101-105. ill.
ISSN 0002-1962:


NAL: 4 AM34P


7623494 79720269 Holding Library: AGL; AGL
Socioeconomic aspects of no-tillage agriculture
Choi, Hyup.;
Lexington. Ky. College of Agriculture. Agricultural
Experiment Station. Dept. of Sociology 1979 kyu
36 p. --
Kentucky. Agricultural Experiment Station. RS : no. 63
NAL: 275.29 K4152 No.63



7617646 79708813 Holding Library: DLC: DLC; AGL
The one-straw revolution
Fukuoka. Masanobu.; Fukuoka. Masanobu. Shizen noho wara
ippon no kakumei.
Emmaus Rodale Press c1978 PENNSYLVANIA
xxviii. 181 p. : ill. 21 cm.
LCCN 78001930 ISBN 0878572201 $7.95
LC: 5604.F8413 NAL: S604.F72



7603333 79003142 Holding Library: AGL
Triazine (herbicide) persistence in soil in eastern Ohio
(under conventional and no-till managements of maize).
Nearpass. D.C.;.Edwards, W.M.
Madison
Agronomy journalAmerican Society of Agronomy. v. 70 (6)
Nov/Dec 1978. p. 937-940. ill.
ISSN 0002-1962:
NAL: 4 AM34P



7603240 79002999 Holding Library: AGL
C factors for no-till and conventional-till soybeans from
plot data
McGregor, K.C.;
St. Joseph. Mich.
Transactions of the ASAEAmerican Society of Agricultural
Engineers. v. 21 (6) Nov/Dec 1978. p. 1119-1122. ill.
ISSN 0001-2351:
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7602739 79002344 Holding Library: AGL
Ways of reducing energy consumption in soil tillage
Sakun. V.A.;
Moskva
Vestnik sel'skokhoziaistvennoi nauki Mar 1978. (3) Mar
1978. p. 118-130. ill.
ISSN 0042-4684:
NAL: 20 V633



7602615 79002141 Holding Library: AGL
Minimum cultivation (including direct drilling and tillage)
for winter wheat after grain maize as foregoing crop
Minimalizace zpracovani pudy k ozime psenici po predplodine
kukurici na zrno
Suskevic, M.:
Praha
Rostlinna vyrobaCeskoslovenska akademie zemedelska. -Ustav
vedeckotechnickych informaci. v. 24 (5) May 1978. p.
453-459. ill.
ISSN 0035-8371:
NAL: 64.9 C33



7601856 79000995 Holding Library: AGL
Tillage: Minimum tillage, direct seeding and non culture
Travail du sol: travail minimum, semis direct et non culture
Delcrofx. R.;
Lille, Documentation Agricole
Cultivar Nov 1978. (111) Nov 1978. p. 37, 39. 41.
ill.
ISSN 0045-9216:
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1536780 80 AC82 ID No: 78-9178093
Potential for no-tillage in vegetable production in the
tropics
Wilson, G F
Acta Hortic 84: 33-41. Ref. Oct 1978



1522768 100 OH3S (3) ID No: 78-9164008
Herbicide runoff from conventional and no-tillage cornfields
.Watersheds, pollution.
Triplett, G B Jr; Conner. B J: Edwards. W M
Ohio. Agricultural Research and Development Center
Ohio Rep Res Dev Agric Home Econ Nat Resour 63 (5): 70-73.
Sept/Oct 1978



1523096 4 AM34P ID No: 78-9164336
Physical characteristics of Le Sueur clay loam soil
following no-till and conventional tillage
Gantzer, C J; Blake, G R
Agron J 70 (5): 853-857. Ref. Sept/Oct 1978



1531350 HD9000.6.A1A3 ID No: 78-9172614
New hope for wind control .Minimum tillage, potatoes.
Agrow-Marketer 5 (2): 15-17. Sept 1978



1497652 290.9 AM32T ID No: 78-9143243
No-tillage experimental planter performance and depth
regulation evaluation
Morrison. J E Jr
Trans ASAE (Am Soc Agric Eng) 21 (4): 602-604. 609.
July/Aug 1978



1525698 1.6 S03S ID No: 78-9166942
Cheat grass .Bromus tectorum. gets caught with conservation
.Crop rotation and minimum tillage to control weeds in wheat.
Trump, F
U.S., Soil Conservation Service
Soil Conserv 44 (i): 18-19. Aug 1978



1483406 4 AM34P ID No: 78-9132840
Weed control for doublecrop soybeans planted with the
no-tillage method following small grain harvest
Triplett, G B Jr
Agron J 70 (4): 577-581. July/Aug 1978


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1486098 1.98 AG84 ID No: 78-9135540
Conserving nitrogen for .no-till. corn .Fertilizers.
Hardin, G B
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture, Science and Education
Administration
Agric Res 27 (2): 6-7. Aug 1978



1486101 1.98 AG84 ID No: 78-9135543
Crop residues--not a waste .No-till soil systems.
Pierce. R G
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture, Science and Education
Administration
Agric Res 27 (2): 11. Aug 1978



1441634 60.38 S09 ID No: 78-9085805
Improve your odds against mother nature .No-till with in-row
subsoiling, soybean yields.
Bramblett, J
Soybean Dig 38 (8): 14. May/June 1978



1537061 S542.A1N45 ID No: 78-9178376
Studies of low energy and minimum time cultivation
techniques: preliminary investigation of precultivation and
fallow periods on maize .Tillage, machines.
Sims, R E H
N Z J Exp Agric 6 (2): 167-172. Ref. June 1978



1441633 60.38 S09 ID No: 78-9085804
Get your no-till beans off to an even start .Planter
accessories, soybeans.
Soybean Dig 38 (8): 12. May/June 1978



1440016 280.8 J822 ID No: 78-9913603
Adjustments in a farm business in response to an energy
crisis
Burton, R; Kline. R G
Am J Agric Econ 60(2): 254-258 May 1978









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1443677 100 OK4M ID No: 78-9087892
No-till forage production cool season plants interseeded
in a sod crop .Tillage.
McMurphy. W; Croy, L; Stritzke, J; Rommann. L
Oklahoma, Agricultural Experiment Station
Res Rep P Okla Agric Exp Stn 768: 64-67. May 1978



1429131 4 AM34P ID No: 78-9074716
Effect of lime application on no-tillage and conventionally
tilled corn
Blevins. R L; Murdock. L W; Thomas, G W
Agron J 70 (2): 322-326. Ref. Mar/Apr 1978



1443949 10 EX72 ID No: 78-9088167
Effects of no-tillage and ploughing on efficiency of water
use in maize and cowpea
Lal. R; Maurya. P R: Osei-Yeboah, S
Exp Agric 14 (2): 113-120. Ref. Apr 1978



1440804 100 N813B ID No: 78-9083273
No-till: promise and problems .Tillage, cropping systems,
wheat.
Schneider, R P; Sobolik, F: Riveland. N
North Dakota. Agricultural Experiment Station -
N D Farm Res N D Agric Exp Stn 35 (4): 12-14. Mar/Apr
1978



1440802 100 N813B ID No: 78-9083271
No-till: North Dakota research emphasis .Tillage, soil
management systems.
Deibert. E J; French. E; Hoag, B; Nowatzkl, R
North Dakota, Agricultural Experiment Station
N D Farm Res N D Agric Exp Stn 35 (4): 3-7. Mar/Apr 1978



1429135 4 AM34P ID No: 78-9074720
Minimum versus conventional tillage In commercial sugarbeet
production
Glenn. D M; Dotzenko. A D
Agron J 70 (2): 341-344. Ref. Mar/Apr 1978



1437428 1.6 S03S ID No: 78-9084224
No-till forage renovation .Tillage.
Bousman, P
U.S., Soil Conservation Service


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Soil Conserv 43 (9): 8. Apr 1978



1437429 1.6 S03S ID No: 78-9084225
New design for no-till planter .Tillage equipment.
Pitts, N E
U.S.. Soil Conservation Service
Soil Conserv 43 (9): 9-11. Apr 1978



1437431 1.6 SO3S ID No: 78-9084227
Minimum tillage pioneers .Field crops. North Carolina.
Smith. W U
U.S., Soil Conservation Service
Soil Conserv 43 (9): 16. Apr 1978



1403594 44.8 H65 ID No: 78-9048461
Crown vetch--a permanent cover crop for no-tillage corn
.lessens runoff and provides nitrogen.
Hartwig. N L
Hoards Dairym 123 (5): 306. 332. Mar t0. 1978



1397378 OH540.J6 ID No: 78-9041980
Transport of atazine and simazine in runoff from
conventional and no-tillage corn
Triplett. G B Jr; Conner, B J: Edwards. W M
d Environ Qual 7 (1): 77-84. Ref. Jan/Mar 1978



1415467 4 AM34P ID No: 78-9060734
Weed control in reduced tillage corn production systems
Moomaw, R S: Martin, A R
Agron d 70 (1): 91-94. Ref. Jan/Feb 1978



1414052 281.8 W892 ID No: 78-9059289
Zero-tillage for rice on Vertisols
Croon. F W
World Crops Livest 30 (1): 12-13, 15. 16. Jan/Feb 1978



1405596 80 C733 ID No: 78-9050562
Minimum tillage for tomatoes .with deep tillage implements.
Hegwood, C P Jr; Tupper. G R; Moore. E L
Am Veg Grow 26 (2): 16, 18. Feb 1978


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1420426 SB183.F5 10 No: 78-9065751
No-till farming after various grasses and leguminous cover
crops in tropical Alfisol. I. Crop performance
Lal, R; Wilson, G F: Okigbo, B N
Field Crops Res 1 (1): 71-84. Ref. Feb 1978



1411450 SB351.A1P3 ID No: 78-9056600
Choose tillage system that suits your soil, rotation, weeds.
and pests from conventional multi-pass to no-till all-in-one
Peanut Farmer 14 (2): 24-28. Feb 1978



1368206 500 AM35G ID No: 78-9016058
No-till farming: the regional applicability of a
revolutionary agricultural technology
Gersmehl. P J
Geogr Rev 68 (1): 66-79. Maps. Ref. Jan 1978



1539584 TRANSL 23091 ID No: 78-9695264 Book Cit:
79004633
Some equipment employed in no-till cultivation.; Ouelques
materials employes dans la culture sans labour.
Bulletin d'information du CNEEMA, 190:33-59. Nov.1973.
1978.



1435604 79.9 N814 ID No: 78-9081501
Paraquat and glyphosate in combination with herbicides for
weed control .of ragweed Ambrosia artemisiifolia, crabgrass
Digitaria sanguinalis. in no-till corn
Somody, C N; Michieka. R W: Ilnicki, R D; Somody, J
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 32d: 44-48. 1978



1435605 79.9 N814 ID No: 78-9081502
Glyphosate and paraquat in combination with herbicides for
weed control In no-till double crop soybeans
Somody, C N: Michieka, R W: Ilnlcki. R D
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 32d: 52-55. 1978



1460136 100 P381S ID No: 78-9102483
Nitrogen on no-till corn creates acid soil surface
Fox. R H
Pennsylvania, Agricultural Experiment Station
Sci Agric 25 (3): 14. Spring 1978


1529040 79.9 508 ID No: 78-9170293
Benefits of killed rye for a mulch in no-tillage cropping
systems
Gallaher, R N
Proc South Weed Sci Soc 31: 127-133. Ref. 1978



1450970 S537.S5S6 ID No: 78-9095269
Reduced tillage systems for forage establishment following
wheat and soybeans
Olsen, F 0; Jones, J H
AG Rev South Ill Univ Sch Agric p. 70-71. 1978



1450973 S537.S5S6 ID No: 78-9095272
No-till corn production in chemically-suppressed grass sod
.by herbicides.
Elkins, D; Anderson, M; Birchett, G; Kapusta, G
AG Rev South Ill Univ Sch Agric p. 76-79. 1978



1489202 S593.2.M63 ID No: 78-9138661
Soil structure and strength relations following tillage,
zero-tillage and wheel traffic in Scotland
Pidgeon, 0 D; Soane, B D
In Modification of Soil Structure. W. W. Emerson, R. D. Bond
& A. R. Dexter, eds. p. 371-378. Reg. 1978


1537858 56.9 S032 ID No: 78-9179176
Herbicide programs for no-till soybeans
Brecke, B J; Currey, W L; Chapman, W H
Proc Soil Crop Sci Soc Fla 37: 72-75.


1978


1529621 79.9 S08 ID No: 78-9170874
Weed control and no-till farming now and in the future
Ayers, V
Proc South Weed Sci Soc 28: 15-18. *1978



1435603 79.9 N814 ID No:'78-9081500
Effect on no-tillage cover crops by paraquat, diquat or
glyphosate applied in water or fertilizer solutions
.Orchardgrass Dactylis glomerata, rye Secale cereal.
Parochetti. J V
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed'Sci Soc 32d: 36-43. 1978


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1528450 79.9 508 ID No: 78-9169703
Herbicide systems for double cropping of no-tillage soybeans
.Abstract only. --
French, C M; Santelmann, P W
Proc South Weed Sci Soc 31: 60. 1978



1435597 79.9 N814 ID No: 78-9081494
Establishment of birdsfoot trefoil by no-tillage means .with
herbicides, abstract only.
Linscott, 0 L; Vaughan. R H
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 32d: 11. 1978



1377477 S51.P3 ID No: 78-9025376
Insects in no-till farming; problems varying with specie
.Maize, tillage.
Georgia, Agricultural Experiment Stations
Paper (Athens Ga) 43. 4. Dec 1977



1449096 S542.A1N45 ID No: 78-9093366
Tractor fuel requirements of two tillage systems and
zero-tillage
Hughes, K A: Baker. C J
N Z J Exp Agric 5 (4): 377-380. Ref. Dec 1977



1364011 79.8 W41 ID No: 78-9013224
Evaluation of herbicides in no-tillage production of burley
tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum)
Chappell, W E; Link, L A
Weed Scd 25 (6): 511-514. Nov 1977



1433110 SB191.R516 ID No: 78-9078900
Promising varieties of rainfed legumes grown at zero tillage
after paddy rice
Nadal, A M; Carangal, V R
Int Rice Res Newsl Int Rice Res Inst 2 (5): 25-26. Oct
1977



1392866 aS21.A75U44 ID No: 78-9037354
Tillage research needed to reduce wind erosion
Skidmore. E L
U.S., Agricultural Research Service. North Central Region
ARS-NC U S Agric Res Serv North Cent Reg 57: 51-57. Ref.
Oct 1977


1392857 aS21.A75U44 ID No: 78-9037345
Residue management and phytotoxic substances' .Crop
production systems, minimum tillage.
Doran, J W; McCalla. T M
U.S., Agricultural Research Service. North Central Region
ARS-NC U S Agric Res Serv North Cent Reg 57: 1-7. Ref.
Oct 1977



1367686 56.9 503 ID No: 78-9015537
The production of phytotoxins from surface crop residues
.Spread over bare soil. phytotoxicity problems with no-till
planting of winter wheat.
Cochran. V L; Elliott. L F; Papendick, R I
J Soil Sci Soc Am 41 (5): 903-908. Ref. Sept/Oct 1977



1371674 290.9 AM32T ID No: 78-9019539
Minimum tillage fallow systems for reducing wind erosion
Fenster. C R: Wicks. G A
Trans ASAE (Am Soc Agric Eng) 20 (5): 906-910. Ref.
Sept/Oct 1977



1389368 58.8 J82 ID No: 78-9035662
The effects of tillage and zero-tillage systems on soil
aggregates in a silt loam
Hughes. K A; Baker. C J
J Agric Eng Res 22 (3): 291-301. Ref. Sept



1349910 5537.V5A1 ID No: 77-9911729
Adjustments of a Virginia dairy farm business in response to
an energy crisis
Burton, R; Kline. R G
Res Div Bull -Va Polytech Inst State Unlv 129, 44 p. ref.
Aug 1977



1333085 5583.F3 ID No: 77-9120396
Better learn about "no-til plus" .No tillage.
Farm Chem 140 (8): 30-31. Aug 1977







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1304115 4 AM34P ID No: 77-9094789
Corn forage production in no-till and conventional tillage
double-cropping systems
Nelson, L R; Gallaher. R N: Holmes, M R; Bruce. R R
Agron J 69 (4): 635-638. Ref. July/Aug 1977



1339013 290.9 AM32T ID No: 77-9126353
Management of bed-furrow irrigated soil with limited- and
no-tillage systems
Musick. J T; Wiese. A F: Allen. R R
Trans ASAE (Am Soc Agric Eng) 20 (4): 666-672. July/Aug
1977



1295538 275.28 V52 ID No: 77-9087729
No-till vegetables
Milbocker. D C
Veg Grow News 32 (2): 2. Aug 1977



1304097 4 AM34P ID No: 77-9094771
Winter-annual cover crops .Hairy vetch, crimson clover. for
no-tillage corn production
Mitchell. W H; Teel, M R
Agron J 69 (4): 569-572. Ref. July/Aug 1977



1359983 284.9 M58 ID No: 78-9009174
Asparagus management with no-tillage
Putnam. A R: Lacy, M L
Michigan. Agricultural Experiment Station
Res Rep Mich State Univ Agric Exp Stn 339, 11 p. Ref.
July 1977



1272710 6 W55 ID No: 77-9067941
No-till corn in living grass
Elkins, D M: Vandeventer, J W: Kapusta. G
Crops Soils 29 (8): 14-15. June/July 1977


Detrimental impact of no-tillage corn cropping systems
involving insecticides, hybrids, and irrigation on lesser
cornstalk borer .Elasmopalpus lignosellus. Infestations
All. J N; Gallaher, R N
J Econ Entomol 70 (3): 361-365. Ref. June 1977



1285514 4 AM34P ID No: 77-9079462
Influence of no-tillage and nitrogen fertilization on
certain soil properties after 5 years of continuous corn
Blevins. R L; Thomas, G W; Cornelius, P L
Agron J 69 (3): 383-386. Ref. May/June 1977



1268211 80 C733 ID No: 77-9063402
Minimum tillage--for potatoes
Thornton, R
Am Veg Grow 25 (5): 30. 32. May 1977



1314324 381 AG85 ID No: 77-9105060
Oryzalin .herbicide, tested on no-till soybeans '.Weed
control.
Agrichem Age 20 (4): 15A. May 1977



1312135 56.8 C162 ID No: 77-9102852
Effects of different seeding machines on spring wheat
production under various conditions of stubble residue and
soil compaction in no-till rotations
Lindwall. C W; Anderson, D T
Can d Soil Sci 57 (2): 81-91. Ref. May 1977



1250223 421 J822 ID No: 77-9048377
Influence of no-tillage-cropping, carbofuran, and hybrid
resistance on dynamics of maize chlorotic dwarf and maize
dwarf mosaic diseases of corn .Pratylenchus zeae,
Heltcotylenchus, nematodes.
All, J N; Kuhn. C W; Gallaher. R N; dellum, M D; Hussey. R S
J Econ Entomol 70 (2): 221-225. Ref. Apr 15, 1977


1272711 6 W55 ID No: 77-9067942
New no-till device makes a good impression
Dixon, R M
Crops Soils 29 (8): 16-18. June/duly 1977



1274665 421 J822 ID No: 77-9069935


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1370175 S544.3.0505 ID No: 78-9018036
No-till sorghum-Sudangrass .Sorghum vulgare sudanense. for
forage .Tillage.
Rommann, L; Stritzke. J: Croy. L; McMurphy, W
Oklahoma State University, Cooperative Extension Service
OSU Ext Facts Sci Serv Agric Okla State Univ Coop Ext Serv
2043. 4 p. Apr 1977



1270555 6 T311 ID No: 77-9065757
No-till soybeans In wheat .Oklahoma.
Sholar. R
Prog Farmer (Birmingham) 92 (4): 29. Apr 1977



1353670 TD171.U5 ID No: 78-9003757
No-till farming
EPA J U S Environ Prot Agency 3 (4): 10-11. Apr 1977



1368775 SB403.G3 ID No: 78-9016628
Plowless farming .Reduced tillage.
Triplett. G B
Garden (N Y) 1 (1): 10-11. 28-29. Mar/Apr 1977



1284010 79.9 508 ID No: 77-9077950
Preemergence herbicides on no-till soybeans in Johnsongrass
.Sorghum halepense. abstract only.
Connell, J T; deffery. L S
Proc South Weed Sci Soc 30: 74. Mar 7. 1977



1284011 79.9 S08 ID No: 77-9077951
Johnsongrass .Sorghum halepense. control systems in no-till
soybeans
Connell. d T; deffery. L S
Proc South Weed Sci Soc 30: 75-80. Mar 7, 1977



1316548 381 AG85 ID No: 77-9105586
New herbicides open way for no-till soybeans
Agrichem Age 20 (2): 15-16. Mar 1977



1232302 OH540.d6 ID No: 77-9031856
Lysimeter measurements of nitrate and chloride losses from
soil under conventional and no-tillage corn .Leaching,
unstable water flow. mulch.


Tyler, D D; Thomas, G W
J Environ Qual 6 (1): 63-66. Ref. Jan/Mar 1977



1316256 53.A72 ID No: 77-9105294
Direct drilling--still a lot of unanswered questions
.Minimum tillage.
Rule, d S
Arable Farming 4 (2): 69, 71. Feb 1977



1253217 56.9 S03 ID No: 77-9051399
Soil moisture conservation and yield of crops no-till
planted in rye
Gallaher. R N
J Soil Sci Soc Am 41 (1): 145-147. Jan/Feb 1977



1233702 80 C733 ID No: 77-9033272
Will no-till .planting. fill the bill?
Am Veg Grow 25 (2): 14-16. Feb 1977



1246260 S560.B54 ID No: 77-9044376
Progress report on Laloux .system, low tillage farming.
Collins. A
Big Farm Manage p. 41-42, 44. Feb 1977



1227920 275.29 M58B ID No: 77-9028856
Tillage systems for Michigan soils and crops. I. Deep.
primary, supplemental and no-till .Includes machinery.
Robertson, L S; Erickson, A E; Hansen. C M
Michigan State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull Mich State Univ Coop Ext Serv E1041. 8 p. Jan
1977



1407454 51.05 ID No: 78-9052489
Evaluation of early 0-tilled corn hybrids in sod for silage,
1976 .Varieties. yields, zero tillage.
Faix. J J; Kaiser, C J; Saxe. T 0: McKibben. G E; Alexander,
D E
Illinois, University, Cooperative Extension Service; U.S..
Forest Service: Illinois, University, College of Agriculture
DSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 5: 97-104. Jan 1977


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1407441 S1.05 ID No: 78-9052476
0-till soybean culture .Zero tillage.
McKibben, G E
Illinois. University, Cooperative Extension Service; U.S.,
Forest Service; Illinois, University, College of Agriculture
DSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 5: 47-56. Jan 1977



1233216 6 T311 ID No: 77-9032782
Harry M. Young, Jr.. and S. H. Phillips as 1976 men of the
year in service to Southern agriculture .No-tillage farming.
Prog Farmer (Birmingham) 92 (1): 19. Jan 1977



1230415 1.6 S03S ID No: 77-9031403
Conservation tillage: hazards ahead? .Minimum tillage
systems for field crops, disease, pest, and weed control.
Kelley, H W
U.S., Soil Conservation Service
Soil Conserv 42 (6): 7-11. Jan 1977


1344901 SB211.P8W3 ID No: 77-9130668
Mechanics of minimum tillage potato planting
Hyde, G M; Kunkel, R; Thornton. R; Holstad. N M
Proc Annu Wash Potato Conf Trade Fair Wash State
41-43. 1977



1344904 SB211.P8W3 ID No: 77-9130671
Minimum tillage potato panel
Stoker, P
Proc Annu Wash Potato Conf Trade Fair Wash State
49-50. 1977



1344905 SB211.P8W3 ID No: 77-9130672
Minimum tillage potato panel
Prior, F
Proc Annu Wash Potato Conf Trade Fair Wash State
51-53. 1977


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1502698 275.29 M76NO ID No: 78-9148303
A different concept in range renovation: sod seeding with
minimum-tillage
Welty, L
Montana State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Now Mont State Coll Ext Serv 13 (4): 10-11. Summer 1977


1346072 S494.5.E5A37 ID No: 77-9131846
Energy requirements of reduced tillage practices for corn
and soybean production in Virginia
Vaughan, D H: Smith, E S; Hughes, H A
In Agriculture and Energy. W. Lockeretz, ed. p. 245-259.
Ref. 1977



1395869 23 W52J ID No: 78-9040437
Minimum tillage for crop planting
Pearce, G A
0 Agric West Aust 18 (2): 49-53. 1977



1238517 79.9 N814 ID No: 77-9038149
Residual herbicides on no-tillage corn In rye cover crop
Parochetti. J V: Bell, A W
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 31st: 24-29. 1977



1249675 SB327.A1B5 ID No: 77-9047825
1976 minimum tillage field tests with snap .kidney. beans
Tompkins. F 0: Mullins. C A
Annu Rep Bean Improv Coop 20: 18-20. 1977



1238514 79.9 N814 ID No: 77-9038146
Options for quackgrass .Agropyron repens. control In
no-tillage silage corn
Peters, R A
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Scd Soc 31st: 11-14. 1977



1355765 80 N216 ID No: 78-9004936
Important quotes from knowledgeable folks .Minimum tillage.
Stevenson, T
Am Hortic 56 (6): 8-9, 38-39. Winter 1977



1344903 SB211.P8W3 ID No: 77-9130670
Talk for minimum tillage panel .Alfalfa, wheat.
Ballard, 0
Proc Annu Wash Potato Conf Trade Fair Wash State 16th:
47-48. 1977













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1225475 100 L939 10 No: 77-9026399
Studies with no-till soybean production
Melville. D R; Rabb. J L
Louisiana, Agricultural Experiment Station
La Agric 20 (2): 3, 16. Winter 1976/77



1238518 79.9 N814 ID No: 77-9038150
Herbicide performance in no-tillage corn
Webb, F J
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 31st: 30-33. 1977


1351146 65.9 H317 ID No: 78-9001227
Minimum tillage and its application to sugarcane
Uehara. G
Rep Hawaii Sugar Technol Annu Conf 35th: 128-135.
1977


Ref.


1238516 79.9 N814 ID No: 77-9038148
Nutsedge .Cyperus esculentus. control In no-tillage corn
with and without a crownvetch cover crop
Hartwig. N L
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 31st: 20-23. 1977


1344902 SB211.P8W3 ID No: 77-9130669
Potato minimum tillage panel
Peterson. L
Proc Annu Wash Potato Conf Trade Fair Wash State
45-46. 1977



1233058 100 AR4 (2) ID No: 77-9032622
Minimum energy tillage systems
Cannon, M D: Stapleton, H N
Arizona. Agricultural Experiment Station
Tech Bull Agric Exp Stn Univ Ariz 234, 24 p. Ref.


16th:








1977


1266895 100 Ar4 (2) No.234 ID No: 77-9683669 Book
Cit: 77008857
Minimum energy tillage systems /; Moody 0. Cannon, Herbert
N. Stapleton. --
Cannon, Moody D
Tucson : College of Agriculture. Agricultural Experiment
Station, University of Arizona. 24 p. -- 1977.



1238522 79.9 N814 ID No: 77-9038154
Herbicides for no-tillage double cropped soybeans
Parochetti. J V
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 31st: 54-60. 1977



1238539 79.9 N814 ID No: 77-9038171
Soil pH .hydrogen-ion concentration, and triazine activity
in no-tillage corn as affected by nitrogen and lime
applications .Abstract only.
Schnappinger. M G: Trapp. C P; Boyd. J M: Pruss, S W
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 31st: 116. 1977



1357762 44.8 D1439 ID No: 78-9006945
Minimum tillage for late winter planting of perennials
Sprivulis, R
Dairy Notes 14 (2): 9-10. Winter 1977



1405923 OH540.S7 ID No: 78-9050895
The influence of invertebrates on root growth of crops with
minimal or zero .tillage. cultivation
Edwards, C A; Lofty, J R
Ecol Bull Statens Naturvetensk Forsk 25: 348-356. 1977



1436755 79.9 N81 ID No: 78-9083184
No-till crop production .with maximum herbicide input. In
North Dakota .Abstract only.
Miller. S D
Proc Annu Meet North Cent Weed Control Conf 32: 137-138.
1977


1337853 100 G295 ID No: 77-9125183
Soil water use and yield of corn and soybeans no-till
planted in rye .Plant-water-soil relationship.
Gallaher. R N
Georgia. Agricultural Experiment Stations
Ga Agric Res 19 (1): 14-17. Summer 1977









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1344900 SB211.P8W3 ID No: 77-9130667
Minimum tillage planting of potatoes. A panel discussion
introduction
Thornton. R E
Proc Annu Wash Potato Conf Trade Fair Wash State 16th: 39.
1977



1284186 276 IL623 ID No: 77-9078126
Zero-tillage: a conservation technique for the next century
McKibben, G E
Illinois, University, College of Agriculture, Cooperative
Extension Service
Spec Publ Coll Agric Univ Ill 44: 55-61. Dec 1976



1231958 HDO01.S6 ID No: 77-9910090
Income effects of reducing agricultural pollution
Wade, J C; Nicol, K d; Heady. E 0
South J Agric Econ 8(2): 65-72 Dec 1976



1216519 79.8 W41 ID No: 77-9019052
Herbicidal weed control in stubble no-till planted corn
Kapusta, G; Strieker. C F
Weed Sci 24 (6): 605-611. Nov 1976



1281539 43.8 F32 ID No: 77-9075438
Herbicides help reduce tillage
Williams. J L dr
Feedlot Manage 18 (12): 32, 34-35. Nov 1976



1198617 6 W55 ID No: 77-9001443
No-till could boost Great Plains production
Hanway, D G
Crops Soils 29 (2): 21-22. Nov 1976



1210667 100 OK4M ID No: 77-9012963
Controlled traffic test .in relation to yield reductions,
cotton, tillage, stress.
Batchelder, D G; McLaughlin. G
Oklahoma, Agricultural Experiment Station
Res Rep P Okla Agric Exp Stn 740: 35-45. Oct 1976


No-tillage effects on soil properties under different crops
in western Nigeria
Lal. R
J Soil Sci Soc Am 40 (5): 762-768. Ref. Sept/Oct 1976



1186189 423.9 EN8 ID No: 76-9114457
Principles of field crop production with reduced tillage
systems
Lewis, W M
Bull Entomol Soc Am 22 (3): 291-294. Ref. Sept 1976



1186193 423.9 EN8 ID No: 76-9114461
Management of crop diseases in reduced tillage systems
Boosalis, M G; Doupnik. B Jr
Bull Entomol Soc Am 22 (3): 300-302. Ref. Sept 1976



1186192 423.9 EN8 ID No: 76-9114460
Management of weeds in reduced tillage systems
Triplett, G B Jr
Bull Entomol Soc Am 22 (3): 298-299. Sept 1976



1186190 423.9 EN8 ID No: 76-9114458
Principles of forage and pasture renovation with reduced
tillage systems
Wilkinson. S R
Bull Entomol Soc Am 22 (3): 294-295. Sept 1976



1186194 423.9 EN8 ID No: 76-9114462
Insect management in reduced tillage systems .Corn and
soybeans.
Gregory. W W; Musick, G J
Bull Entomol Soc Am 22 (3): 302-304. Ref. Sept 1976



1165922 79.8 W41 ID No: 76-9096857
Herbicides for no-tillage corn In alfalfa sod .Weed control.
Moomaw, R S; Martin, A R
Weed Sci 24 (5): 449-453. Sept 1976


1190353 56.9 S03 ID No: 76-9118647


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1261911 275.29 W27P ID No: 77-9058411
No-till crop production--dryland eastern Washington
.Tillage, field crops.
Engle. C: Wetter. F
Washington State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull Wash State Univ Coop Ext Serv 674. 8 p. Sept
1976



1186188 423.9 EN8 ID No: 76-9114456
History of reduced tillage systems
Triplett, G B Jr
Bull Entomol Soc Am 22 (3): 289-291. Ref. Sept 1976



1193861 65.8 SUB ID No: 76-9122290
The concept of minimum tillage in sugarcane
Iggo. G A; Moberly. P K
S Afr Sugar J 60 (8): 429, 431-432. Aug 1976



1173880 381 AG85 ID No: 76-9103681
Herbicides studied on no-till corn
Dietz, W P; Jennings. V M
Agrichem Age 19 (6): 4-6. July/Aug 1976



1158179 23 AU75 ID No: 76-9090130
Cropping without cultivation .Zero tillage.
Pastor Rev 86 (5): 136-140. June 1976



1146264 100 T25F ID No: 76-9079556
Minimum tillage snap beans
Tompkins. F D: Bledsoe. B L; Mullins, C A
Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment Station
Tenn Farm Home Scf Prog Rep 98: 18-20. Apr/June 1976



1162698 1.98 AG84 ID No: 76-9093613
RX .prescription. for erodible-Southern soils .No-tillage
farming.
Carriere, B 0
U.S., Agricultural Research Service
Agric Res 24 (12): 5. June 1976


1213145 22 IN235 ID No: 77-9015512
SResponse of wheat to minimum tillage


Saxena. R K; Singh. B P; Singh, P N
Indian 0 Agron 21 (2): 165-166. June 1976



1158149 58.8 P87 ID No: 76-9090100
Non-tillage research
Power Farming Mag" 85 (6): 14-15. June 1976


1110027 290.9 AM32T ID No: 76-9047172
Development of no-tillage cropping systems in Virginia
Smith. E S: Lillard. 0 H
Trans ASAE (Am Soc Agric Eng) 19 (2): 262-265. Mar/Apr
1976



1329356 281.9 OH32 ID No: 77-9116658
Reduced tillage systems for .soil. conservation and
profitability .Costs and returns.
Forster. D L: Rask. N; Bone. S W; Schurle, B W
Ohio State University, Cooperative Extension Service; Ohio
State University, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural
Sociology
ESS Ohio State Univ Dep Agric Econ Rural Sociol 532, 10 p.
Apr 1976



1188819 275.29 M76C ID No: 76-9117109
After-harvest weed control in minimum tillage systems
.Barley.
Johnson, W
Montana State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Bull Coop Ext Serv Mont State Univ 1132: 230-231. Apr
1976



1188816 275.29 M76C ID No: 76-9117106
No-till methods for dryland production .Saline seep,
cereals, tillage.
Krall. J L
Montana State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Bull Coop Ext Serv Mont State Univ 1132: 210-216. Apr
1976



1097379 1 AG84U ID No: 76-9036783
Farmers are turning away from'plowing .Minimum tillage.
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture
USDA (U S Dep Agric) 35 (6): 1. Mar 17. 1976


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1193198 66.9 AM35J ID No: 76-9121620
A growing mulch tillage system to reduce wind erosion losses
of sugarbeets
Fornstrom, K J; Boehnke. R D
J Am Soc Sugar Beet Technol 19 (1): 65-73. Mar 1976



1137468 SB327.AIB5 ID No: 76-9070730
Reduced tillage snap beans
Tompkins, F D: Bledsoe, B L; Mullins, C A
Annu Rep Bean Improv Coop 19: 83-85. Mar 1976



1115731 S544.3.K4K42 ID No: 76-9051463
1976 no-tillage recommendations .Maize, soybeans, sorghum.
Gregory. W W; Herron, J W: Bitzer. M J; Herbek, d H
Kentucky. University, Cooperative Extension Service
Interdep Pub ID1 Univ Ky Coop Ext Serv 1. 12 p. Feb 1976



1095347 275.29 M58B ID No: 76-9034724
No till corn. 2. Fertilizer and liming practices
Vitosh. M L; Warncke. D D
Michigan State University. Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull Mich State Univ Coop Ext Serv E-905, 2 p. Jan
1976



1110710 23 N48J ID No: 76-9047864
No-tillage cropping. 1. More US farmers giving it a try
Lessiter. F
N Z J Agric 132 (1): 53-55. Jan 1976



1110711 23 N48J ID No: 76-9047865
No-tillage cropping. 2. Endorsed by big UK .United Kingdom.
partnership
Platt, B
N Z J Agric 132 (1): 55-56. Jan 1976



1095348 275.29 M58B ID No: 76-9034725
No till corn. 4. Weed control
Chase. R W; Meggltt. W F
Michigan State University, Cooperative Extension Service
K. Ext Bull Mich State Univ Coop Ext Serv E-907, 2 p. Jan
1976


1082108 275.29 M58B ID No: 76-9022937
No till corn. 3. Soils
Robertson. L S; Mokma. D L: Oulsenberry. D L: Meggitt. W F;
Hansen, C M
Michigan State University. Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull Mich State Univ Coop Ext Serv E-906, 8 p. Ref.
Jan 1976



1132856 51.D5 ID No: 76-9067345
Mouse control in no-till corn
Beasley. L E; McKibben. G E
DSAC Oixon Springs Agric Cent 4: 27-30. Jan 1976



1189586 S590.U6 ID No: 76-9117880
Reduced tillage systems for the semiarid world .Equipment.
Fenster, C R
Rapp Jordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk 45: 11:1-11:6.
1976



1225332 79.9 N213 ID No: 77-9026256
No-tillage establishment of lucerne
Atkinson, G C
Proc N Z Weed Pest Control Conf 29th: 9-13. 1976



1189612 S590.U6 ID No: 76-9117906
Seed zone soil water conditions with reduced tillage in the
semiarid Central Great Plains .Winter wheat. Colorado.
Smlka, D E
Rapp dordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk 45: 37:1-37:6.
1976



1189606 S590.U6 ID No: 76-9117900
Extensive cereal production in minimum tillage as
alternative form for landscape shaping
Probst. M
Rapp dordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk 45: 31:1-31:5.
1976


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1168750 S589.L4 ID No: 76-9099731
Effects of reduced cultivation on soil conditions and root
development of cereals: Joint .Tillage. Project with the ARC
.Agricultural Research Council. Weed Research Organization
Cannell. R 0; Ellis, F B; Barnes. B T; Howse. K R; Jackson.
R; Elliott, J G; Pollard. F
Annu Rep Agric Res Counc Letcombe Lab p. 20. 1976



1201241 65.9 S083 ID No: 77-9004075
The concept of minimum tillage in sugarcane
Iggo. G A; Moberly. P K
Proc Annu Congr S Afr Sugar Technol Assoc 50th: 141-143.
1976



1135813 79.9 N814 ID No: 76-9070364
Legume suppression for double cropped no-tillage corn
.Maize. in crownvetch .Coronilla varia. and birdsfoot trefoil
.Lotus cornlculatus. removed for haylage
Hartwig. NL .
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sdc Soc 30: 82-85. 1976



1343474 100 L93 (3) ID No: 77-9129225
The effect of irrigation on the growth and yield of no-till
and conventional-till soybeans
Lawrence. R M dr; Habetz, R
Louisiana, Rice Experiment Station
Annu Prog Rep La Rice Exp Stn 68th: 241-248. Ref. 1976



1212152 56.9 S032 ID No: 77-9014506
Peanut yields affected by soil water, no-till and gypsum
Varnell. R J; Mwandemere, H; Robertson. W K; Boote. K J
Proc Soil Crop Sci Soc Fla 35: 56-59. Ref. 1976



1189588 5590.U6 ID No: 76-9117882
Danish experiments on reduced tillage .Field crops.
Hansen. L
Rapp dordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk 45: 13:1-13:4.
1976


1189620 S590.U6 ID No: 76-9117914
Reduced tillage in second crop growing with irrigation on
Chernozem soil .Yugoslavia.
Vucic, N
Rapp Jordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk 45: 45:1-45:5.
1976



1323546 79.9 N81 ID No: 77-9112602
No-till drilling for small grains .Abstract only.
Fenster, C R
Proc Annu Meet North Cent Weed Control Conf 31: 59. 1976


1189578 S590.U6 ID No: 76-9117872
No-tillage production management systems
.Field crops, herbicides. West Virginia.
Bennett. 0 L: Mathias. E L; Lundberg, P E
Rapp Jordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk
1976


for hilly terrain


45: 3:1-3:6..


1189581 5590.U6 ID No: 76-9117875
Direct drilling (zero tillage) and shallow cultivation on a
range of soils in the United Kingdom .Barley, wheat.
Cannell. R Q: Ellis. F B
Rapp Jordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk 45: 6:1-6:6. Ref.
1976


1115273 100 G295 ID No: 76-9051005
Year-round forage production utilizing
cropping-minimum tillage management
Gallaher, R N; Cummins, D G
Georgia, Agricultural Experiment Stations
Ga Agric Res 17 (3): 12-14. Winter 1976


multiple


1199003 12 N3892 ID No: 77-9001829'
Some influences of zero-tillage on the structure and
stability of a fine-textured river levee soil
Boone, F R: Slager, S; Miedema, R: Eleveld. R
Neth U Agric Sci 24 (2): 105-119. Ref. 1976


1180851 100 P381S ID No: 76-9110670
Minimum-tillage crops show promising future
Hartwig, N L
Pennsylvania. Agricultural Experiment Station
Sci Agric 23 (4): 20. Summer 1976










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1135811 79.9 N814 ID No: 76-9070362
Yellow nutsedge .Cyperus esculentus. control in
conventional, minimum and no-tillage corn .Maize.
McLaughlin, U P; Hartwig, N L
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 30: 71-76. 1976



1143181 SB610.W4 ID No: 76-9076468
Ecofallow: a reduced tillage system for the Great Plains
Wicks, G A
Weeds Today 7 (2): 20-23. Spring 1976



1143207 100 G295 ID No: 76-9076494
Insect infestations in no-tillage corn cropping systems
All. 0 N: Gallaher. R N
Georgia. Agricultural Experiment Stations
Ga Agric Res 17 (4): 17-19. Spring 1976



1291564 S604.N62 1975 ID No: 77-9689003 Book Cit:
77011248
1975 No Tillage Forage Symposium :; Proceedings, October
14-16, 1975, Fawcett Center for Tomorrow, Columbus, Ohio. --
No Tillage Forage Symposium. Fawcett Center for Tomorrow. 1,
975.; Ohio State University.; Ohio., Agricultural Research and
Development Center.; Chevron Chemical Company.
Columbus : Ohio State University 174 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
.1976?.



1287968 64.9 AG8 ID No: 77-9081929
Zero tillage: a practical farmer's experience with zero
tillage
McCutcheon, 0
Annu Conf Manit Agron p. 140-142. 1976



1285632 HD1927.G7 ID No: 77-9079580
A review of experimental husbandry farm experience with
reduced cultivation and direct drilling since 1968 .Tillage
system.
Oliphant. J M
ADAS 0 Rev G B Agric Dev Advis Serv 23: 306-312. Winter
1976



1135812 79.9 N814 ID No: 76-9070363
No-till corn .Maize. in stubble and sod .Weed control
programs.


Bayer. G H
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 30: 77-81. 1976



1189584 S590.U6 ID No: 76-9117878
The influence of long-term reduced tillage in two crop
rotation on the yield of wheat and maize
Drezgic. P
Rapp Jordbearbetningsavd Lantbrukshogsk 45: 9:1-9:9.
1976



1135809 79.9 N814 ID No: 76-9070360
Early and late spring treatments for fall Panicum
.dichotomiflorum. control in no-tillage corn and sorghum
Hartwig. N L
Proc Annu Meet Northeast Weed Sci Soc 30: 59-63. 1976



1248564 S22.I5 19768 ID No: 77-9046702
Influence of variable nitrogen rates on no-tillage and
conventional tillage corn utilizing 14N-labeled nigrogen
.Abstract only.
Bandel, V A; Stanford, G; Legg, J
In Abstracts of Technical Papers Presented at the
International Symposium on Man and Lano in the Environment
p. 28. 1976



1281700 79.9 S08 ID No: 77-9075599
Oryzalin: weed control in no-till soybeans
Hicks, R D; Addison, D A; Edmondson. J B; Keaton, J A;
McNeill, K E: Webster, H L
Proc South Weed Sci Soc 29th: 125-132. 1976



1281669 79.9 508 ID No: 77-9075568
Wolunteer sorghum .Sorghum bicolor. control In no-till
soybeans .Abstract only.
Hardcastle. W S
Proc South Weed Sci Soc 29th: 63. 1976


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1183719 275.29 M588 No.907 ID No: 76-9676457 Book
Cit: 77000574
No till corn, 4 :; Weed control / By R. W. Chase and W. F.
Meggitt. --
Chase. R W
East Lansing : Michigan State University, Cooperative
Extension Service. .2. p. : ill. -- 1976.



1244044 SB249.N6 ID No: 77-9042133
Controlled traffic and reduced tillage inputs .Cotton.
Colwick, R F; Barker, G L; Myhre, D L
Proc Beltwide Cotton Prod Res Conf p. 112-113. 1976



1354734 SB435.S66 ID No: 77-9691585 Book Cit:
78004369
Minimum tillage techniques for establishing shrubs in clump
plantings /: Warren D. Snyder. --
Snyder. Warren D
Colorado.. Dept. of Natural Resources.. Division of
Wildlife.
.Denver. : .Colorado Division of Wildlife.. .25. leaves
ill. 1976.



1058619 4 AM34P ID No: 76-9000348
N .nitrogen. behavior under no-till vs. Conventional corn
culture. I. First-year results using unlabeled N fertilizer
Bandel. V A; Ozienia. S; Stanford, G; Legg. J 0
Agron J 67 (6): 782-786. Ref. Nov/Dec 1975



1079748 290.9 AM32T ID No: 76-9020508
No-till seeding of irrigated sorghum double cropped after
wheat
Allen. R R: Musick. 0 T; Wood. F 0; Dusek, D A
Trans ASAE (Am Soc Agric Eng) 18 (6): 1109-1113. Nov/Dec
1975



1065535 79.8 W41 ID No: 76-9007810
Effect of plant residue on herbicide performance in
no-tillage corn
Erbach. D C; Lovely, W G
Weed Sci 23 (6): 512-515. Nov 1975



1112396 S51.P3 ID No: 76-9049575
Agricultural engineering research alms to reduce tillage


175 of 291) User 1032 17apr80


energy use
Georgia, Agricultural Experiment Stations
Paper (Athens Ga) 18: 4. Nov 1975



1048025 56.9 503 ID No: 75-9117189
Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium requirements in
no-tillage and conventionally tilled corn .Fertilizers.
Moschler, W W; Martens, D C
Proc Soil Sci Soc Am 39 (5): 886-891. Ref. Sept/Oct 1975



1062402 290.9 AM32T ID No: 76-9004175
Erosion control with no-till cropping practices
McGregor, K C; Greer. J D: Gurley, G E
Trans ASAE Gen Ed (Am Soc Agric Eng) 18 (5): 918-920.
Sept/Oct 1975



1114388 66.9 AM35J ID No: 76-9035306
Evaluation of conservation tillage effectiveness .at
reducing wind erosion, on sugarbeet fields in northeastern
Colorado
Simmons, S R; Dotzenko. A D
0 Am Soc Sugar Beet Technol 18 (4): 307-311. Oct 1975


1063399 100 AR42R ID No: 76-9005199
Use of no tillage in double-cropping wheat
grain sorghum
Hinkle, D A
Arkansas, Agricultural Experiment Station
Rep Ser Arkansas Agric Exp Stn 223, 11 p.


with soybeans or



Sept 1975


1010039 6 W55 ID No: 75-9085806
No-till is profitable on many soil types
Van Doren. D M Jr; Triplett, G B Jr; Henry, J E
Crops Soils 27 (9): 7-9. Sept 1975



1073038 100 T31S (1) ID No: 76-9015675
No till and seedbed production of small gralns-ryegrass
.Lollum. mixture for forage in east Texas .Cynodon dactylon.
Matocha. J E
Texas. Agricultural Experiment Station
Bull Tex Agric Exp Stn Coll Stn B-1155, 11 p. Aug 1975


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1009708 1.98 AG84 ID No: 75-9085468
No-till systems prove ideal on claypan soils .Maize.
Agric Res 24 (1): 14. July 1975



986545 OL461.G4 ID No: 75-9064078
Reduction of red imported fire ant .Solenopsis invicta.
populations by tillage .Soybeans.
Morrill, W L; Greene, G L
J Ga Entomol Soc 10 (2): 162-164. Apr 1975



981549 56.8 J822 ID No: 75-9060417
Energy requirements for conventional versus minimum tillage
.for cultural operations in corn and sorghum production.
Wittmuss. H: Olson, L; Lane, D
J Soil Water Conserv 30 (2): 72-75. Ref. Mar/Apr 1975



1103677 4 AM34P ID No: 76-9040721
Planting corn in sod .of Paspalum notatum. and small grain
.rye. residues with minimum tillage
Robertson. W K: Lundy. H W; Prine, G M; Currey, W L
Agron J 68 (2): 271-274. Mar/Apr 1976



1103671 4 AM34P ID No: 76-9040715
Double cropping for hay and no-tillage corn production as
affected by sod species with rates of atrazine and nitrogen
Bennett, O L; Mathias. E L: Sperow. C B
Agron J 68 (2): 250-254. Ref. Mar/Apr 1976



950704 OH540.J6 ID No: 75-9031538
Nitrogen conservation under corn planted in quackgrass
.Agropyron repens. sod .Atrazine, no-tillage.
Bennett, 0 L; Standord, G; Mathias. E L; Lundberg, P E
J Environ Qual 4 (1): 107-110. Ref. Jan/Mar 1975



1199086 51.05 ID No: 77-9001912
Controls for mouse damage to no-till corn
Beasley. L E: McKibben, G E
DSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 3: 96. Feb 1975



1044198 100 T31P ID No: 75-9112817
No-till dryland grain sorghum after irrigated wheat with
intervening fallow .Culture.


Unger. P W; Parker, J J
Texas, Agricultural Experiment Station
P R Tex Agric Exp Stn Coll Stn 3330 C: 43-54.


Feb 1975


1044196 100 T31P ID No: 75-9112815
No-till management of furrow irrigated continuous grain
sorghum
Allen, R R; Musick, J T; Wiese. A F
Texas. Agricultural Experiment Station
P R Tex Agric Exp Stn Coll Stn 3332 C: 66-78. Feb 1975



1100174 S1.D5 ID No: 76-9039616
Zero-till millet with legumes in sod
Faix, J J; McKibben, G E: Kaiser, C J
OSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 3: 77-78. Feb 1975



1100178 S1.D5 ID No: 76-9039620
Controls for mouse damage to no-till corn
Beasley, L E; McKibben. G E
DSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 3: 96. Feb 1975



1167997 100 T31P ID No: 76-9098969
No-till dryland grain sorghum after irrigated wheat with
intervening fallow
Unger, P W; Parker, J J
Texas. Agricultural Experiment Station
Prog Rep Tex Agric Exp Stn 2330C, 1Z p. Feb 1975



957837 450 J8224 ID No: 75-9038931
Reduction of silica and increase in tillering induced in
Agropyron repens by glyphosate
Coupland, D: Caseley. J C
J Exp Bot 26 (90): 138-144. Ref. Feb 1975



1167994 100 T31P ID No: 76-9098966
No-till management of furrow irrigated continuous grain
sorghum
Allen. R R; Musick, J T; Wiese. A F
Texas. Agricultural Experiment Station
Prog Rep Tex Agric Exp Stn 3332C, 13 p. Feb 1975














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1199082 S1.05 ID No: 77-9001908
Zero-till millet with legumes in sod .Pearlmillet as
emergency forage.
Faix, J J: McKibben. G E: Kaiser. C 0
DSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 3: 77-78. Feb 1975



974764 TC801.I7 ID No: 75-9053418
Yields up. costs down with no-till .Sorghum.
Board, W
Irrig Age Hereford 9 (5): 20, 22. Feb 1975



965515 SB351.A1P3 ID No: 75-9045271
Ready for no-till? .Peanuts.
Johnson, C P
Peanut Farmer 11 (2): 6-7. Feb 1975



943963 4 AM34P ID No: 75-9026064
Residual fertility in soil continuously field cropped to
corn by conventional tillage and no-tillage methods
Moschler. W W; Martens. D C; Shear. G M
Agron J 67 (1): 45-48. Ref. Jan/Feb 1975



1100177 51.05 ID No: 76-9039619
Zero-till soybean culture
McKibben. G E
DSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 3: 91-95. Feb 1975



1100176 S1.D5 ID No: 76-9039618
Zero-till corn culture
McKibben. G E
DSAC Dixon Springs Agric Cent 3: 81-90. Feb 1975



1171123 304.8 C822 ID No: 76-9102150
Minimum tillage: summary of cotton belt results
Reeves, B G
Cotton Gin Oil Mill Press 76 (2): 17. 22. Jan 18, 1975



1008783 304.8 C822 ID No: 75-9084521
Minimum tillage: summary of cotton belt results
Reeves. B G
Cotton Gin Oil Mill Press 76 (2): 17, 22. Jan 18 .1975


1084286 SB612.VBC6 ID No: 76-9025150
Armyworms .Pseudaletia unipuneta. as a pest of no-till corn
Roberts. J E Sr
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Cooperative Extension Service
Control Ser Va Polytech Inst State Univ Coop Ext Serv 151.
rev., 2 p. Jan 1975



965583 S544.3.K4K42 ID No: 75-9045340
1974 no-tillage recommendations .Maize, soybeans, sorghum.
Gregory. W W; Herron. J W; Bitzer, M J; Herbek, J H
Interdep Publ ID Univ Ky Coop Ext Serv 1, 8 p. Jan 1975



1122975 QH540.I56 ID No: 76-9058773
Maize (Zea mays L.) and weed growth, as affected by level's
of straw mulching with and without herbicide under
conventional and minimum tillage
Prihar. S 5; Sandhu. K S; Khera. K L
Indian J Ecol 2 (1): 13-22. Ref. Jan 1975



967384 275.29 K415E ID No: 75-9047243
1975 Insecticide recommendations for conventional and
no-tillage field corn
Gregory, W
ENT Univ Ky Coll Agric Coop Ext Serv 16. 6 p. Jan 1975



1097505 QH540.156 10 No: 76-9036913
Maize (Zea mays L.) and weed growth, as affected by levels
of straw mulching with and without herbicide under conventional
and minimum tillage
Prihar. S S; Sandhu, K S; Khera, K L
Indian J Ecol 2 (1): 13-22. Ref. Jan 1975



1046950 72.9 C8292 ID No: 75-9116091
Minimum tillage: summary of Cotton Belt results
Reeves, B G
Summ Proc Beltwide Cotton Prod-Mech Conf p. 33-34. 1975


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1038704 58.9 Un3222 No.61 ID No: 75-9663824 Book Cit:
76000390
Methods and equipment for minimum tillage /; Prepared by
Erich Dohne. --
Dohne. Erich.
New York : United Nations, 12, 3, 11 p. : ill. -- 1975.



1047609 79.9 OR3 ID No: 75-9116753
Non-tillage concepts in eastern Oregon .For weed control.
Rydrych, D d
Proc Annu Oreg Weed Conf 24th: 13. 1975



1046951 72.9 C8292 ID No: 75-9116092
My experience with minimum tillage .Cotton production.
Lyon. G
Summ Proc Beltwide Cotton Prod-Mech Conf p. 34-35. 1975



943256 79.9 N814 ID No: 75-9025347
Perennial soil conserving cover crops for no-till corn .Weed
control.
Hoffman. L D; Hartwig. N L
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 29: 89. 1975



1165916 S534.M8M5 ID No: 76-9096851
No-till corn and double-cropped wheat and soybeans .Tillage.
Hoffman, P; Meinke, L; Woodruff, C M
Spec Rep Mo Univ Coll Agric SR178: 15. 1975


1086021 10 OU8 ID No: 76-9026911
Soil/machine Interactions in zero-tillage for cereals and
raspberries in Scotland
Soane. B D; Butson, M J: Pidgeon. 0 D
Outlook Agric 8 (special no.): 221-226. Ref. 1975



1034138 56.9 S032 ID No: 75-9107754
Reaction rates of reduction processes in modified.Spodosol
systems .Soils, tillage. dolomite, organic matter.
Phung. H T; Fiskell. J G A
Proc Soil Crop Sct Soc Fla 34: 7-11. Ref. 1975



943257 79.9 N814 ID No: 75-9025348
Fall Panicum .dichotomiflorum. control in no-tillage corn


216 of 291) User 1032 17apr80


.Herbicides.
Hartwig. N L
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 29: 90-93. 1975



943259 79.9 N814 ID No: 75-9025350
Control of fall Panicum .dichtomiflorum. in conventional and
no-tillage corn with two triazines as influenced by nitrogen
fertilizer sources
Bandel. V A: Bell. A W: Parochetti, J V
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 29: 96. 1975



1169422 79.9 N81 ID No: 76-9100422
Herbicide combinations for no-tillage soybean production
Walker. J 0: Triplett, G B Jr
Proc Annu Meet North Cent Weed Control Conf 30: 60-61.
1975



1169462 79.9 N81 ID No: 76-9100462
1975 no-till corn herbicide results in northeast Iowa
Dietz. W P: Jennings. V M
Proc Annu Meet North Cent Weed Control Conf 30: 151-152.
1975



1046952 72.9 C8292 ID No: 75-9116093
My experience with minimum tillage .Costs.
Wuertz. H A
Summ Proc Beltwide Cotton Prod-Mech Conf p. 35-36. 1975



943258 79.9 N814 ID No: 75-9025349
Observations of weed control in minimum tillage corn
Bayer, G H; Ferrant. N A
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 29: 94-95. 1975


1169421 79.9 N81 ID No: 76-9100421
Weed control systems for no-till soybeans
Staniforth, D W; Lovely, W G
Proc Annu Meet North Cent Weed Control Conf


30: 60. 1975


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1061704 100 G295 ID No: 76-9003469
Fertilization of double cropping and no-till systems: a
review and a projection .Maize.
Gallaher. R N
Georgia. Agricultural Experiment Stations
Ga Agric Res 17 (1): 14-20, 27. Ref. Summer 1975



943255 79.9 N814 ID No: 75-9025346
Suppression of perennial legume and grass cover crops for
no-tillage corn .Weed control.
Hartwig. N L; Hoffman. L D
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 29: 82-88. 1975



1026315 TRANSL 20348 ID No: 75-9435968 Book Cit:
75011422
Nature of soil adhesion and methods of reducing it during
the operation of digging and tillage machines; 0 prirode
lipkosti pochvogruntov 1 metodakh ee umen'sheniyapri rabote
zemleroinykh i pochvoobrabatyvayushchikh mashin
Zadneprovskil, P V
Mechanization and electrification of socialist agriculture
no. 14: 108-118. 1973 1975



943252 79.9 N814 ID No: 75-9025343
Evaluation of herbicides for use on no-tillage corn in a rye
cover crop
Peters, R A; Dest, W M
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 29: 74-77. 1975



1125733 275.29 K415E No.16 ID No: 76-9672405 Book
Cit: 76007795
1975 insecticide recommendations for conventional and
no-tillage field corn /; Wesley Gregory. --
Gregory, Wesley
Lexington : Cooperative Extension Service, College of
Agriculture. University of Kentucky. 5 p. -- 1975.



1023831 58.9 UN3222 ID No: 75-9099019
Methods and equipment fo minimum tillage
Dohne. E
AGRI MECH Econ Comm Eur U N 61. 23 p. Ref. 1975



1171781 100 T31S (1) No.1155 ID No: 76-9674752 Book
Cit: 76011674


No-till and seedbed production of small grains-ryegrass
mixture for forage in east Texas /; J. E. Matocha. --
Matocha. John Edward: 1939-
College Station : Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.
11 p. : 11l. -- 1975.



1171773 157.8 R29 No.251536 ID No: 76-9674731 Book
Cit: 76011830
Furrow opener and apparatus for no-tillage transplanters and
planters /; John E. Morrison, Charlie E. Abrams. --
Morrison, John E
Washington : Dept. of Agriculture. 20. .8. leaves : ill.
1975.



943254 79.9 N814 ID No: 75-9025345
Potential for no-tillage corn in crownvetch .Coronilla
varia. sods .sprayed with herbicides.
Linscott. D L; Hagin. R D
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 29: 81. 1975



1379305 aS604.U52 ID No: 78-9694199 Book Cit:
78005845
Minimum tillage :; A preliminary technology assessment /
United States Department of Agriculture, Office of Planning
and Evaluation. --
Back, William Burl; 1920-
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture., Office of Planning and
Evaluation.
.Washington. : The Office. v. 34 p. : graphs ; 26 cm.
1975.



950882 275.29 S08E ID No: 75-9031717
Guide for producing no-tillage soybeans in South Carolina
.Culture.
Palmer. J H
Clemson University. Extension Service
Circ Clemson Univ Coop U S Dep Agric Ext Serv 539. rev., 2
p. Dec 1974



940051 290.9 AM32T ID No: 75-9022072
Minimum tillage for cotton production .Culture.
Porterfield. J G; Davidson, J M
Trans ASAE Gen Ed (Am Soc Agric Eng) 17 (6): 1121-1122.
Nov/Dec 1974


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884492 68.29 IN23M ID No: 74-9080164
Minimum tillage in coffee culture
Awatramani. N A
Indian Cof 38 (7): 176-178. Ref. July 1974



865777 79.8 W41 ID No: 74-9065871
Influence of no-tillage planters on tolerance of soybeans to
linuron
Worsham. A D
Weed Sci 22 (4): 340-344. Ref. July 1974



872031 75.8 P842 ID No: 74-9069828
The use of minimum tillage plus herbicides in potato
production
Dallyn, S L; Fricke, D H
Am Potato J 51 (6): 177-184. Ref. June 1974



1078569 100 L935 ID No: 76-9908715
Use of credit and other resources by low-income farmers in
the Macon Ridge Area of Louisiana
Johnson. R Bruce: Hargroder, John D
Baton Rouge, La Agr Exp Sta, Dep Agr Econ & Agricbus, DAE
Research Report No 472. 55 p Jun 1974



897986 290.9 AM32T 10 No: 74-9092126
No-tillage system reduces erosion from continuous corn
watersheds
Harrold, L L; Edwards, W M
Trans ASAE Gen Ed (Am Soc Agric Eng) 17 (3): 414-416.
May/June 1974



845599 1.6 S03S ID No: 74-9046926
No-till stands tall. .Corn, culture.
Britt, P R
U.S., Soil Conservation Service
Soil Conserv 39 (9): 21. Apr 1974



845803 450 P696 ID No: 74-9047144
No-tillage effects on soil properties and maize (Zea mays
L.) production in western Nigeria. .Corn.
Lal. R
Plant Soil 40 (2): 321-331. Ref. Apr 1974


861157 S544.3.K4K42 ID No: 74-9060971
1974 no-tillage recommendations. .Corn, soybeans, sorghum.
Gregory, W W: Herron, J W; Bitzer, M J; Herbek, J H
Kentucky. University, Cooperative Extension Service
Interdep Publ ID Univ Ky Coop Ext Serv 1, rev., 8 p. Mar
1974



872744 56.9 IN2 ID No: 74-9070581
Growth, chemical composition and yield of no-tillage corn as
affected by N .nitrogen., source of P .phosphorus. and rate
and source of K .potassium.
Lutz, J A Jr
J Indian Soc Soil Sci 22 (1): 60-65. Mar 1974


1354884 77.910132 ID No: 77-9910132
Competitive position of soybeans in farming systems
Robinson, B H
Bull Y Tenn Valley Auth Natl Fert Dev Cent. 69,
Mar 1974



829075 100 AR42F ID No: 74-9031477
Studies on minimum tillage for cotton
Scott, H D; Ford. R F
Arkansas. Agricultural Experiment Station
Arkansas Farm Res 23 (1): 11. Jan/Feb 1974


155-168


801952 79.9 N814 ID No: 74-9011387
Nutsedge control in no-till corn. .Cyperus esculentus.
Hawf. L R
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 28: 41-46.
1974


Jan


801950 79.9 N814 ID No: 74-9011385
Foxtail and fall Panicum control 'in no-tillage corn.
.Setaria viridis. Panicum dichotomiflorum, Amaranthus
retroflexus.
Paraochetti. J V
Proc Northeast Weed Control Control Conf 28: 29-34. Jan
1974


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842294 72.8 W522 ID No: 74-9043405
Reducing tillage operations. .Cotton, soil management.
Hinz, W W
Rpoc West Cotton Prod Conf p. 39-41. 1974



998889 79.9 B77 ID No: 75-9075626
The results from 7 years research into minimal and zero
tillage techniques for maize in Romania .Use of sowing machine
and herbicides.
Sarpe, N
Proc Br Weed Control Conf 12th (v. 1): 371-378. Ref.
1974



983768 79.9 N81 ID No: 75-9061208
The role of weed control in reduced tillage systems for row
crops
Triplett, G B dr
Proc Annu Meet North Cent Weed Control Conf 29th: 23-25.
1974



986366 389.9 UN342 ID No: 75-9063867
Corn. III. Nutritional effect on broiler chicks of
no-tillage vs. conventional-tillage corn utilizing several
levels of nitrogen fertilization
Rubin, M; Schoonover, D R: Bandel, V A
Proc Md Nutr Conf Feed Manuf p. 84-89. 1974



983769 79.9 N81 ID No: 75-9061209
The role of weed control in reduced tillage systems for
drilled crops
Wicks. G A
Proc Annu Meet North Cent Weed Control Conf 29th: 25-29.
1974



993856 275.29 So8E 539 1974 ID No: 75-9660024 Book
Cit: 75008195
Guide for producing no tillage soybeans in S.C.; Rev.
Palmer, J H
.Clemson, S.C.. Folder. illus. 1.974



878464 56.9 5032 ID No: 74-9076599
No-tillage planting sorghum in bahiagrass or ryegrass sod.
.Paspalum notatum. Lolium.
Lundy, H W; Prine, G M: Robertson, W K


Proc Soil Crop Scf Soc Fla 33: 30-33. 1974



880154 5544.3.K4K42 No.1 ID No: 74-9417733 Book Cit:
74010321
1974 no-tillage recommendations
Gregory. W W
.Lexington 8 p. 1974.



998885 79.9 B77 ID No: 75-9075622
Control of Agropyron repens by herbicides and crop
rotationin a zero-tillage system
Tiedau. D; Nuyken. W: Baeumer, K
Proc Br Weed Control Conf 12th (v. 1): 345-351. 1974



945648 56.9 S033P ID No: 75-9027765
Use of no-tillage and minimum tillage in West Texas
King. A H
Proc Soil Conserv Soc Am 29th: 163-164. 1974



976640 SB951.P43 ID No: 75-9055347
Minimum tillage: a new trend in crop production .Includes
wee control.
Mittra, M K
Pesticides p. 90-91. Ref. 1974



861171 TP374.C6C6 ID No: 74-9060986
Will reduced tillage for corn production conserve fuel?
.Costs..
Siemens, J C
Corn Annu p. 9-10. 1974



1035106 5604.56 ID No: 75-9108727
No-till systems .Tillage.
Lewis, W M
In Conservation Tillage, Soil Conservation Society of
America p. 7-11. 1974


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944879 S590.C63 ID No: 75-9026992
Nitrogen for no-tillage corn in Virginia: sources and time
of application
Moschler, W W; Jones, G D
Commun Soil Sci Plant Anal 5 (6): 547-556. Ref. 1974



928669 100 OR30R ID No: 75-9011385
Troubleshooters. Wheat: China says 'no'. .Tllletia
contraversa, dwarf smut.
Agricultural Experiment Station
Dreg Agric Prog 21 (2): 3, 16. Fall 1974



104715 4 AM34P I0 No: 70-9004762
Use of minimum tillage and herbicide for establishing
legumes in Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) swards.
Taylor, T H; Smith, E M; Templeton, W C
Agron J 61(5):761-766. Sept/Oct 1969



131071 79.8 W41 ID No: 70-9031716
Dryland sorghum production and weed control with minimum
tillage
Phillips. W M
Weed Sci 17 (4): 451-454. Oct 1969



104702 4 AM34P ID No: 70-9004749
Effects of tillage, no tillage, and mulch on soil water and
plant growth.
Jones, J N; Moody, J E; Lillard, 0 H
Agron J 61(5):719-721. Sept/Oct 1969


116622 100 OH3S (3) ID No: 70-9016793
Nutrient utilization of no-tillage corn
Triplett, G :B Van Doren. D M
Ohio Rep Res Develop Agr Home Econ Natur Resour
59-60. July/Aug 1969



134169 30.08 W89 ID No: 70-9034925
Mulch planting; another approach to reduced tillage
Gary. W B
World Farming 11 (7): 12-15. July 1969


54 (4):


Minimum tillage using gramoxone for rice production
Sahu, B N; Lenka, D
Indian J Agr Sci 39 (6): 473-481. June 1969



109030 290.9 AM32T ID No: 70-9009112
Energy in clod-size reduction of vibratory tillage
Johnson. C E: Suchele. W F
Amer Soc Agr Eng Trans Asae 12(3):371-374. May/dune 1969



116443 30.08 W89 ID No: 70-9016609
Reduced tillage.
Henkes, R
World Farming 11 (6): 11-12. 14-16, 29-30. June 1969


150475 7 G59 ID No: 70-9051963
Zero tillage? not just yet--but not far away
Good Farming Quart 20 (3): 54, 56-59, 64.


Mar 1969


180700 64.9 C162 ID No: 70-9065814
Zero tillage and combined tillage and seeding for wheat
Anderson, C H
Can Soc Agron Proc 15th: 2-6. 1969



122873 100 N81R ID No: 70-9023235
No-tillage equipment developed
Ferguson, J C
Res Farming (n C Sta) 28 (1/2): 6. Summer/Autumn 1969



261110 S19.C63 ID No: 71-9060927
New experimental results in Indian corn cultivation by
minimum tillage in the Banat Pla'in and the Danube Lands of the
Republic of Rumania
Sarpe. N; Segarceanu, O
Contemporary Agr 17 (5/6): 313-322. 1969



109014 79.9 508 ID No: 70-9009096
Paraquat's role in no-tillage crop production in the
Southeastern United States
Tyler, B H
S Weed Sci Soc Proc 22d:177-183. 1969


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158491 66.8 SP7 ID No: 70-9060779
Minimum trip tillage--a new concept for sugar beets
Van Gorkom. R E
Spreckels Sugar Beet Bull 33 (2): 19-20. Summer 1969



115831 275.29 K415M ID No: 70-9015991
No-tillage crop production
Phillips, S H
Ky Univ Ext Misc 377: 15-18. 1969



115825 275.29 K415M ID No: 70-9015985
Use of minimum tillage and herbicides for establishing
alfalfa in Kentucky bluegrass sod
Taylor. T H; Templeton, W C: Smith, E M
Ky Univ Ext Misc 377: 6-7. 1969



166794 10 OU8 10 No: 70-9072504
Rice production and minimum tillage
Elias, R S
Outlook Agr 6 (2): 67-71. 1969


167862 94.69 W52 ID No: 70-9074041
Soil-tree water relationships as influenced
non-tillage and cover crops. .Nuts.
Dawson, M D
Nut Growers Soc Oreg Wash Proc 55th: 23-26.



154867 S19.C63 ID No: 70-9056715
"Gajenje useva bez oerade" (zero t
terminologicalproposal. .Planting.
Milojic. B
Contemporary Agr 17 (2): 81-82. 1969


Ill Res 10(4):5. Fall 1968



781719 S604.N6 ID No: 73-9401620 Book Cit: 74000361
No-till farmer

No-Till Farmer Association
Milwaukee, Wis. 0000


by tillage.


1969


village :


102872 24 M72 ID No: 70-9002907
Minimum tillage and trash cultivation techniques in New
Zealand.
Murray. J R
Mod Farming Cent Afr p. 49-51. June 1968



109484 100 IL64 ID No: 70-9009568
Good yields from no-tillage corn.
McKibben, G E







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Riverside, CA 92502 (714)787-3701

Colorado
Interlibrary Loans
Colorado State University Library
Ft. Collins, CO 80523 (303)491-5911

Florida
Hume Library
University of Florida
Cainsville, FL 32611 (904)392-1934

Georgia
Science Library
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30601 (404)542-1315

Hawaii
Interlibrary Loans
Thomas Bale Hamilton Library
2550 The Hall
University of Havaii
Honolulu, HI 96822 (808)948-8468

Idaho
Mr. Robert Rook
University of Idaho Library
Moscow, ,ID 83843 (208)885-6559

Iowa
Interlibrary Loan
Iowa State University Library
Ames, IA 50010 (515)294-3642

Kansas
USDA Document Delivery
Kansas State University Library
Manhattan, KS 66506 (913)532-6516

Louisiana
Interlibrary Loans
Louisiana State University Library
Baton Rouge, LA 70803 (504)388-2138

Minnesota
St. Paul Campus Library
University of Minnesota
St. Paul, IM 55108 (612)373-0947

Mississippi

Interlibrary Loans
Mitchell Memorial Library
Mississippi State University
Box 5408
Mississippi, MS 39762 (601)325-4225


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Nebraska
C. Y. Thompson Library
University of Nebraska, East Campus
Lincola, NE 68503 (402)472-2802
Nevada
Life & Health Sciences Library
Fleischaana Agricultural Bldg.
University of Nevada, Remo
Reao, V 89557 (702)784-6616

New Nexico
Interlibrary Loans
New Mexico State University Library
. .Box 3475
Las Crucesi, I 88003 (505)646-4737

North Carolina
InterLibrary Center
B. R. Bill Library
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27607 (919)737-2116

North Dakota
North Dakota State University Library
Fargo, ND 58102 (701)237-8885

Oklahoma
Interlibrary Loans
Oklahoma State University Library
Stillwater, OK 74074 (405)624-6313

Oregon
Interlibrary Loans
Washington State University Library
Pullman, "A 99164 (509)335-2671

Puerto Rico
University of Puerto Rico
Agricultural Experiment Station Library
P.O. Box H
Rio Piedras. P. R. 00928 (809)767-9705

South Carolina
Interlibrary Loans
Robert Heldrow Cooper Library
Clemson University
Clemson. SC 29631 (803)656-3025

South Dakota
Lincoln Memorial Library
South Dakota State University
Brookings. SD 5700 (605)688-5106

Tennessee
James D. Hoskins Library
University of Teess
Knoxville, T WI9N6 (615)974-4240
Texas
Interlibrary Loans
University Library
Texas A&H University
College Station, TX 77843 (713)845-5641

Utah
Interlibrary Loans
Merrill Library
Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322 (801)752-4100

Washington
Interlibrary Loans
Washington State University Library
Pullman. WA 99164 (509)335-2671
Wisconain
Stecnhbo-k &Mmo'rial Library
Univr:;ity of kWisonsiin
550 Babcock Drive
Madison, WI 53706 (608)262-9635




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