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7994. Stewart, V.R., L.S> Prestbye, T.K. Keener, and L.E. Welty. 1986. Weed control in sod-seeded alfalfa.. Montana AgResearch 3(1):21-24.
8001. Stewart, V.R., L.E. Welty, and P.F. Hensleigh. 1979. Evaluation of glyphosate in combination with various herbicides for sod-seeding.. West. Soc. Weed Sci. Abstr. p. 110.
8022. Welty, L.E., P.F. Hensleigh, and V.R. Stewart. 1983. Methods for sod-seeding of small-seeded legumes and grasses.. Montana Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. 752.
8057. Welty, L.E.. 1981. Sod-seeding establishment - five years experience.. West. Soc. Crop Sci. Abstr. p. 11.
8071. Welty, L.E., R.L. Anderson, R.H. Delaney, and P.F. Hensleigh. 1981. Glyphosate timing effects on establishment of sod-seeded legumes and grasses.. Agron. J. 73:813-817.
8578. Pannkuk, Chris. n.d.. Estimating N credits for no-till wheat.. unpublished report, Land Management unit, USDA-ARS, Pullman, WA 99164.
N contributions from tinga pea (hayed or green manure) and black medic (green manure) of 70, 54, and 59 lb N/ac, respectively, were made on a subsequent spring wheat crop. All crops were planted no-till. Poor wheat stand establishment after the green manure tinga pea may have caused the low apparent contribution. Three nitrogen rates of 0, 50, and 100 lb N/ac were used. Wheat yields after legume at zero N were about twice as high as in continuous wheat, but the 100 N rate brought the latter yields up to par with the wheat after legume.