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1. Consequences of higher input costs and wheat prices for U.S. wheat producers (id:41259)

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2. Indian wheat and rice sector policies and the implications of reform (id:19387)

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3. Using handheld global positioning system receivers for the wheat objective yield survey (id:42001)

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4. Optical characterization of free-falling mold-damaged wheat kernels (id:31833)

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5. China's wheat economy : current trends and prospects for imports (id:34156)

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6. Characteristics of U.S. wheat farming : a snapshot (id:34222)

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7. Selection of the optimum linear regression relationship for determining spring wheat yields using NOAA AVHRR data (id:47084)

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8. Spring wheat yield assessment using Landsat TM imagery and a crop simulation model (id:47082)

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9. Spring wheat yield assessment using NOAA AVHRR data (id:47085)

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10. The role of quality in wheat import decisionmaking (id:CAT10666719)

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11. Characteristics and production costs of U.S. wheat farms, 1989 (id:CAT93509432)

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12. Costs and benefits of cleaning U.S. wheat : overview and implications (id:CAT10657644)

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13. Economic implications of cleaning wheat in the United States (id:CAT10661734)

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14. Virulence, aggressiveness, evolution, and distribution of races of Puccinia striiformis (the cause of stripe rust of wheat) in North America, 1968-87 / [Line, Roland F., and Abdul Qayoum] (id:CAT92983836)

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15. Food grains : background for 1990 farm legislation (id:CAT91954184)

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16. Why did U.S. wheat exports expand? (id:CAT89917700)

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17. The Feyerherm winter wheat model (id:30290)

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18. Head count differences between sample plots in the 1983-1985 wheat objective yield surveys (id:30190)

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19. Evaluation of Haun models for predicting spring wheat yields in North Dakota (id:29451)

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20. Evaluation of the Feyerherm '81 spring wheat models for estimating yields in North Dakota and Minnesota (id:43333)