Planting date effects on cereal production for winter feed
AuthorsD. C. Sumner
E. E. Stevenson
M. D. Miller
Authors AffiliationsD. C. Sumner is Specialist in the Experiment Station, Department of Agronomy, Davis; E. E. Stevenson is Farm Advisor, Stanislaus County; Dean McNeilly is Professor, Agricultural Department, Modesto Junior College; M. D. Miller is Extension Specialist, Department of Agronomy, Davis.
Hilgardia 17(2):12-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v017n02p12. February 1963.
Considerable amounts of green feed can be produced from cereals for use after mid-November in the Sacramento and upper San Joaquin Valley areas, if attention is given to planting dates.
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