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1. Can Genetically Engineered and Organic Crops Coexist (id:45469)

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2. Control of fungal diseases of maize (id:42839)

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3. China is using more corn for industrial products (id:38075)

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4. Economic aspects of revenue-based commodity support (id:43407)

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5. Issues and prospects in corn, soybeans, and wheat futures markets : new entrants, price volatility, and market performance implications (id:32151)

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6. Piloy beans in Guatemala (id:IND44063182)

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7. China currency appreciation could boost U.S. agricultural exports (id:41855)

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8. Ethanol expansion in the United States : how will the agricultural sector adjust? (id:41690)

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9. Ethanol transportation backgrounder : expansion of U.S. corn-based ethanol from the agricultural transportation perspective (id:46310)

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10. Feed grains backgrounder (id:41110)

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11. Characteristics and production costs of U.S. corn farms, 2001 (id:35114)

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12. Forecasting the counter-cyclical payment rate for U.S. corn : an application of the futures price forecasting model (id:34613)

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13. Forecasting feed grain prices in a changing environment (id:38945)

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14. Is China's corn market at a turning point? (id:38952)

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15. Manganese and iron contents of bean leaf influenced by crop residues in no till-system (id:IND43758356)

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16. Phosphorus and zinc contents of bean leaf influenced by crop residues in no till-system (id:IND43758357)

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17. U.S.-Mexico corn trade during the NAFTA era : new twists to an old story (id:38949)

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18. China's exports outpaced imports during WTO year one (id:41116)

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19. China corn exports : business as usual, despite WTO entry (id:34137)

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20. Characteristics and production costs of U.S. corn farms (id:34805)

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21. Visualization of a crop season : the integration of remotely sensed data and survey data (id:55327)

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22. Site-specificity of CERES-Maize model parameters : a case study in the southeastern US coastal plain (id:32008)

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23. Evaluation of historical data use in the 1992 August yield survey (id:28865)

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24. Yield models for corn and soybeans based on survey data (id:30680)

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25. The effect of varied crop proportions and soil N-levels in a maize/bean intercrop: growth morphological changes (id:IND93044602)

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26. The effect of varied crop proportions and soil N-levels in a maize/bean intercrop: insect pest damage on beans (id:IND93044613)

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27. Comparison of sensors for corn and soybean planted area estimation (id:25438)

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28. Comparison of disease development in beans in pure stand and maize intercrop (id:IND92013765)

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29. Influence of plant populations on insect pests of common beans intercropped with maize (id:IND92013818)

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30. The New objective yield models for corn and soybeans (id:30345)

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31. Evaluation of monthly corn yield indications and forecasts (id:29363)

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32. Marketing on a central Illinois cash-grain farm (id:IND89023154)

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33. Corn objective yield (id:28748)

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34. Corn objective yield (id:28751)

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35. An evaluation of two feedback versions of the Ceres-Maize model (id:43283)

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36. Corn yield validation studies, 1953-83 (id:28746)

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37. Evaluation of the 1983 corn objective yield validation study (id:29359)

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38. An overview of the 1985 corn, cotton, soybean, and wheat objective yield surveys (id:28686)

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39. Comparison of the CEAS and Thompson-type models for corn yields in Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana (id:28753)

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40. Evaluation of the 1982 corn objective yield validation survey (id:22974)

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41. Evaluation of the CEAS trend and monthly weather data models for corn yields in Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana (id:27379)

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42. Technical and economic causes of U.S. corn and soybean yield changes (id:27960)

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43. 1980 AgRISTARS DC/LC project summary: crop area estimates for Kansas and Iowa (id:20950)

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44. Forecasting final corn grain yield per plant with a constrained logistic growth model (id:29850)

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45. Forecasting corn yields (id:29853)

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46. Sclerotia populations of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in different crop rotations (id:CAIN769070724)

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47. 1973 crop production in Upper Volta (id:55335)

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48. Agriculture and industrial energy (id:30812)

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49. Preliminary report on the use of time related growth models in forecasting components of corn yield (id:30687)

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50. The improvement of remote sensing technology and its application to corn yield estimates (id:30384)

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51. Using corn plant vegetative characteristics to forecast production of grain per plant (id:27956)

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52. Study of corn objective yield survey procedures and definitions (id:29669)

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53. Use of corn plant vegetative characteristics and other factors in predicting production of grain per plant (id:30568)

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54. Comparison of 1964 objective and reported corn yields from weighed and non-weighed fields (id:28678)

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55. Seed corn (id:ORC00000506)

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56. Conserving corn belt soil (id:ORC00000518)

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57. Making vinegar in the home and on the farm (id:ORC00000397)

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58. Preservation of vegetables by fermentation and salting (id:ORC00000283)

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59. Building up a run-down cotton plantation (id:ORC00000114)

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60. Management of soils to conserve moisture : with special reference to semiarid conditions (id:ORC00000089)

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61. Improvement of corn by seed selection (id:IND43637883)

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62. Experiment station work, IX : sugar beets on alkali soils, the date palm in the United States, planting and replanting corn, the codling moth, improvement of sorghum, Jerusalem artichokes for pigs, improved culture of potatoes, feeding calves, second-crop potatoes for seed, pasteurization in butter making, gassy and tainted curds, forcing head lettuce, pure culture in cheese making (id:ORC00000029)

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63. Experiment station work, IV : pure water, thinning fruit, loss of soil fertility, use of low-grade apples, availability of fertilizers, cooking vegetables, seed selection, condimental feeding stuffs, Jerusalem artichokes, steer and heifer beef, Kafir corn, swells in canned vegetables (id:ORC00000002)