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Investigator: Fuerst, P.

Intercropping, Precision Weed Management, and Pea Breeding for Organic and Conventional Cropping Systems

Research conducted in the 2009-10 and 2010-11 growing seasons had three main components: a winter wheat-winter pea intercropping study, developing an inter-row cultivator with precision…

Health Benefits of Conventional, Organic and No-till Whole Wheat

There is growing consumer demand for foods perceived as being safe, healthy and sustainable. Organic and no-till wheat are often perceived as safe and sustainable…

Low Disturbance Weed Control in Organic Dryland Cropping Systems

Wheat Quality in Organic and Conventional Dryland Cropping Systems

Strategies to Achieve Ecological and Economic Goals in the Transition Phase of Eastern Washington Organic Dryland Grain Production