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

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

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

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6. Piloy beans in Guatemala (id:IND44063182)

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7. Feed grains backgrounder (id:41110)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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35. Corn objective yield (id:28751)

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

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

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

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

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48. 1973 crop production in Upper Volta (id:55335)

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49. Agriculture and industrial energy (id:30812)

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