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|Title||Small Grain Production Pt 1: Importance of Small Grain Crops in California|
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Full title: Small Grain Production Manual, Part 1: Importance of Small Grain Crops in California Agriculture
This is an overview of the history and current status of small grain production in California.
The Small Grain Production Manual is a 14-part free online publication that presents essential information on producing wheat, barley, oat, triticale, and rye, from growth and development through seedbed preparation, fertilization, and irrigation, to pest management, crop rotation, cover cropping, and harvesting and storage. The manual also includes an overview of small grain production in California, as well as a handy troubleshooting guide. Color photographs, drawings, charts, graphs, tables, and references.
ANR Publication 8164
|Date Added||Aug 6, 2008|
|Description||Part 1 of the 14-part Small Grain Production Manual gives an overview of the history and current status of small grain production in California.|
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