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Sunflower Science and Technology (Agronomy, Number 19) epub

by Jack F. Carter


Sunflower Science and Technology (Agronomy, Number 19) epub

ISBN: 0891180540

ISBN13: 978-0891180548

Author: Jack F. Carter

Category: Science

Subcategory: Agricultural Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: American Society of Agronomy; First edition. edition (June 1, 1978)

Pages: 505 pages

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Sunflower science and technology. Agronomy Monograph 19. American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Rd, Madison, WI 53711. Sunflower production in Wisconsin.

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Jack Carter married Iris I. Smith, October 19,1941. For Office of Technology Assessment. They have five children, Nancy, Stephen, Jeffrey, Joel, and Brian, and six grandchildren. Nomination for Honorary Doctor of Science Degree, NDSU, 1995. 1978 Faculty Lectureship, Imminent Crises in Food Production Agriculture.

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Carter (e., Sunflower science and technology. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science of America, Soil Science of America, Inc. Sunflower head droop and curl may affect bird depredation. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. This product has no description. Older books may show minor flaws. Publisher: Amer Society of Agronomy. ISBN-13: 9780891180548. New: Item is brand new, unused and unmarked, in flawless condition. Fine/Like New (F): No defects, little usage. Very Good (VG): Shows some signs of wear and is no longer fresh. Used textbooks do not come with supplemental materials. Good (G): Average used book with all pages present. Publication Year: 1978. HPB pick - Out of stock.

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Sunflower is an excellent example of the success story of the 20th Century agricultural research system. By concerted and coordinated efforts of breeders, farmers, commercial enterprises, plant physiologists, entomologists, and agronomists, this crop has increased in acreage, usefulness, and economic importance during this century more than at any other time in history. These successes have resulted from efforts in many nations and by many different disciplines. There have been significant improvements in cultivars available for use, in the development of adapted cultivars for new areas, and in selection for specific properties needed for different end uses. The drought tolerance and deep-rooted habit of this species have enabled farmers in arid areas to have an economically viable alternate crop to incorporate into rotations that improve management options. Sunflower's popularity as a source of food and cooking oil have maintained and diversified the market for its products, especially in recent years. It is appropriate that our new knowledge of this species be integrated with previous knowledge and brought together in one place to provide a landmark in the forward progress of this important crop. This volume provides just such a landmark for sunflower researchers and the sunflower industry both in this country and abroad.