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5863. Rickman, R.W. and B. Klepper. 1987. Estimating seeding rate increase to compensate for delayed planting.. OR Agr. Expt. Sta. Special Rreport 797, p. 41-47.

9666. Lafond, G.P. and D.B. Fowler. 1989. Soil temperature and water content, seeding depth, and simulated rainfall effects on winter wheat emergence.. Agronomy J. 81:609-614.
Winter wheat can be produced on the northern edge of the North American Great Plains provided it is protected from winterkill by an insulating blanket of snow. No-till seeding into standing stubble has provided the most efficient means of maintaining this protective snow cover. The objectives of this study were to determine the effects of soil temperature, soil water, and seeding date and depth on median emergence time, development, and cold tolerance of winter wheat plants grown under controlled laboratory conditons.

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