Manitoba Weed Survey: Comparing zero and conventional tillage crop production systems, 1994 /: A54-10/97-1E

A weed survey was conducted in Manitoba in 1994: a) to determine if the differences in weed populations exist among zero and conventional tillage systems in Manitoba; b) if differences exist, to determine the nature and extent of those differences so that Manitoba farmers are better prepared to make weed management decisions for their own crop production systems; c) to evaluate the differences in management practices between conventional and zero tillage systems in Manitoba by means of a producer questionnaire.--Introduction

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Department/Agency Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Research Branch.
Title Manitoba Weed Survey: Comparing zero and conventional tillage crop production systems, 1994 /
Series Title Weed survey series
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Paper
Note "A weed survey was conducted in Manitoba in 1994: a) to determine if the differences in weed populations exist among zero and conventional tillage systems in Manitoba; b) if differences exist, to determine the nature and extent of those differences so that Manitoba farmers are better prepared to make weed management decisions for their own crop production systems; c) to evaluate the differences in management practices between conventional and zero tillage systems in Manitoba by means of a producer questionnaire."--Introduction.
Date 1997.
Author
  • Thomas, A. Gordon
Binding Spiral binding
Number of Pages x, 130p. :
Dimensions 28 cm.
ISBN 0-662-25765-0
Catalogue Number
  • A54-10/97-1E
Subject Terms Weeds