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Chemical Control of Weeds in Kentucky Grain Crops, 2018
11/6/2017 (major revision)

The use of herbicides suggested in this publication is based on research at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station and elsewhere. We have given what we believe to be the most effective herbicides, with the most suitable rates and times of application. Smaller files are available here. | AGR-6
3,300 printed copies | 140 pages | - | 73 downloads | PDF: 2,254 kb


Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Wheat Diseases
9/28/2017 (new)

The North Central Regional Committee on Management of Small Grain Diseases (NCERA-184) has developed the following information about fungicide efficacy for the control of certain foliar diseases of wheat for use by the grain production industry in the United States. The efficacy ratings for each fungicide listed in this table were determined by field testing the materials over multiple years and locations by the members of the committee. | PPA-48
web only | 2 pages | 649 words | 4 downloads | PDF: 1,400 kb


2017 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
6/28/2017 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat, oat, barley, triticale and cereal rye that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. Annual evaluation of small grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-724
1,500 printed copies | 24 pages | 3,360 words | 15 downloads | PDF: 2,360 kb


Post-Harvest Management: The Economics of Grain Transportation
10/13/2016 (new)

While transporting grain to the market may be the last input cost in the production of grain, it is a critical decision a producer has to make, especially when margins are thin. Determining which market to sell your grain (if you have options) can be a complex decision, as the market that provides the highest price is not always the most profitable price. | AEC-100
web only | 5 pages | 2,727 words | 10 downloads | PDF: 458 kb


Identifying Wheat Growth Stages
9/30/2016 (new)

Identifying growth stages of any crop is important to enable timely crop management decisions that maximize yields and profitability. There are several wheat growth stages that are important for Kentucky producers to recognize for optimal crop management and to maximize grain yield and profitability. | AGR-224
web only | 8 pages | 907 words | 22 downloads | PDF: 5,271 kb


2016 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/1/2016 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat, oat, barley, triticale and cereal rye that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. Annual evaluation of small grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-707
1,700 printed copies | 24 pages | 3,348 words | 28 downloads | PDF: 2,239 kb


A Comprehensive Guide to Wheat Management in Kentucky
2/23/2016 (reprinted)

The soft red winter wheat grown in Kentucky is the fourth most valuable cash crop in the state. Winter wheat has been an integral part of crop rotation for Kentucky farmers. Wheat is normally harvested in June in Kentucky and provides an important source of cash flow during the summer months. | ID-125
1,500 printed copies | 72 pages | 36,662 words | 17 downloads | PDF: 6,500 kb


Grain Sorghum (Milo) Production in Kentucky
2/8/2016 (new)

Grain sorghum can be used for a variety of purposes including animal feed, unleavened breads, cakes, wallboard, starch, dextrose, brooms, ethanol, high quality wax, and alcoholic beverages. Grain sorghum produced in Kentucky is most commonly used for animal feed and was first grown here in the 1920s. Although acreage in Kentucky has fluctuated considerably over the years, yields have generally exceeded the national average since the 1970s, indicating that grain sorghum is an option for producers interested in diversifying grain crop operations. | ID-234
web only | 8 pages | 5,390 words | 31 downloads | PDF: 1,800 kb


2015 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/6/2015 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small-grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat, oat, and barley that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. New varieties are continually being developed by agricultural experiment stations and commercial firms. Annual evaluation of small-grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-690
1,900 printed copies | 24 pages | 3,739 words | 18 downloads | PDF: 2,350 kb


2014 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/11/2014 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small-grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat, oat, and barley that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. New varieties are continually being developed by agricultural experiment stations and commercial firms. Annual evaluation of small-grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-674
2,000 printed copies | 24 pages | 1,280 words | 24 downloads | PDF: 2,700 kb


Grain Sorghum
5/1/2014 (minor revision)

Grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor), commonly called "milo," is used primarily as a feed grain for livestock. Sorghum stubble makes excellent roughage following harvest and can be used for pasture. Grain sorghum can also be made into silage, although sorghum/sudangrass hybrids are more commonly used for this purpose. | CCD-CP-31
web only | 3 pages | 901 words | - | PDF: 496 kb


Sensor Technology for Variable Rate Nitrogen Applications on Wheat in Kentucky: Recommendations and Verification
10/28/2013 (new)

Nitrogen (N) applications on wheat using sensor-based technology can improve both N use efficiency and yields. | SR-107
500 printed copies | 6 pages | 2,728 words | 13 downloads | PDF: 812 kb


2013 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/12/2013 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small-grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat, oat, and barley that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. New varieties are continually being developed by agricultural experiment stations and commercial firms. Annual evaluation of small-grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-658
2,100 printed copies | 24 pages | 1,904 words | 29 downloads | PDF: 2,400 kb


Corn for Grain and Silage
6/15/2013 (minor revision)

Corn for grain and silage can be produced for on-farm use and/or off-farm sale. There are a variety of local and regional markets for corn in Kentucky, such as local grain elevators. U.S. producers face international competition in the livestock category; corn prices have fluctuated greatly in recent years. Expanded corn markets, as well as the emergence of more uses for corn, could help stabilize future prices. In addition to animal feed, field corn uses include industrial (sweeteners) and energy (ethanol) products | CCD-CP-28
web only | 3 pages | 1,003 words | - | PDF: 360 kb


Wheat
10/24/2012 (new)

Wheat, a cereal grain in the grass family, is the fourth most valuable cash crop grown in Kentucky. Current intensive management technology has made it possible for growers to produce a high quality, high-yielding crop. Wheat production is mechanized; with the exception of scouting, little to no handwork is involved with this crop. Despite significant acreage already dedicated to wheat production, additional opportunities continue to be available to make profitable returns. Most wheat grown in the Commonwealth is soft red winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) which is used in cakes, pastries, cookies, crackers, and cereals. | CCD-CP-47
web only | 3 pages | 1,225 words | - | PDF: 434 kb


2012 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
6/27/2012 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small-grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat, oat, and barley that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. New varieties continually are being developed by agricultural experiment stations and commercial firms. Annual evaluation of small-grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-640
2,100 printed copies | 24 pages | 1,843 words | 6 downloads | PDF: 973 kb


Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus (WSMV) in Kentucky
6/1/2012 (minor revision)

Wheat streak mosaic (WSM) is a potentially devastating virus disease of wheat. In the United States, WSM is most prevalent in hard red wheat grown in the central Great Plains region. Soft red winter wheat produced in the mid-south and Midwest is infrequently impacted by WSM. Epidemics are rare in Kentucky with the only recorded ones occurring in 1989 and 2000. | PPFS-AG-SG-8
web only | 4 pages | 1,453 words | 1 download | PDF: 282 kb


Benefits and Costs Associated with the Wheat Storage Hedge
1/24/2012 (new)

Each year producers must decide whether to store or sell their crop at harvest. Market prices are important in guiding producers on whether to store priced grain for future delivery (referred to as a storage hedge), store unpriced grain, or sell. Generally, producers know more about deciding to sell or store unpriced grain than using the storage hedge. This publication explains how a storage hedge works, when to use it, and risks and costs involved. (See glossary for definition of terms.) | ID-198
100 printed copies | 4 pages | 2,549 words | 11 downloads | PDF: 300 kb


Distillers Grain Coproducts for Beef Cattle
12/5/2011 (new)

Feeding distillers grains derived from the production of spirits or ethanol for fuel is an acceptable practice for beef cattle production. The use of these products as both an energy and a protein supplement has been beneficial as the cereal grain prices have increased making these coproducts more cost competitive. | ASC-186
500 printed copies | 4 pages | 3,485 words | 81 downloads | PDF: 231 kb


Assessing Foliar Diseases of Corn, Soybeans, and Wheat: Principles and Practices
11/1/2011 (new)

This publication provides basic information on how to conduct disease assessments in on-farm trials. The focus is on foliar diseases, since root diseases are much more difficult to assess properly. The publication begins with fundamentals of proper design of field trials. | PPFS-MISC-6
web only | 5 pages | 1,693 words | 1 download | PDF: 719 kb


Black "Sooty" Head Mold of Wheat
9/1/2011 (minor revision)

Each year, just prior to and during wheat harvest, the Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratories at Princeton and Lexington receive many samples with questions about severe head molding. This condition is known as black head mold or sooty head mold. | PPFS-AG-SG-7
web only | 2 pages | 405 words | 1 download | PDF: 264 kb


Fungicide Use in Wheat
9/1/2011 (minor revision)

Disease management is a key component of high-yielding wheat production. In most years, it simply is not possible to produce high wheat yields without paying attention to disease control. Most diseases are best managed through the use of multiple tactics, both proactive (e.g., crop rotation, delayed and/or staggered planting plates, use of resistant varieties of varying maturities, proper fertility, and application of seed treatment and/or foliar fungicides) and reactive (e.g., application of foliar fungicides and timely harvest). Fungicides are just one tool in the disease management arsenal; however, growers often place too much emphasis on this one tool. | PPFS-AG-SG-5
web only | 8 pages | 3,557 words | 2 downloads | PDF: 459 kb


Grain Amaranth
7/19/2011 (new)

Amaranth is a versatile warm-season, broadleaf plant that can be grown as a grain, ornamental, leafy vegetable, or forage crop. In the U.S. it is grown almost exclusively for its grain, which is produced on large, brightly colored seed heads. Most grain amaranth grown in the States is Amaranthus hypochondriacus; however, A. cruentus is grown to a lesser extent. The seeds are high in lysine, fiber, and protein; low in saturated fats; and gluten-free. Amaranth can be ground into flour, popped like popcorn, or flaked like oatmeal. Because many of amaranth's uses are similar to that of cereal grasses, amaranth is often referred to as a pseudo-cereal. | CCD-CP-30
web only | 3 pages | 1,239 words | 1 download | PDF: 442 kb


2011 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/7/2011 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat, oat and barley that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. New varieties are continually being developed by agricultural experiment stations and commercial firms. Annual evaluation of small grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-623
3,000 printed copies | 24 pages | 3,251 words | 1 download | PDF: 350 kb


The Importance of Scouting Wheat for Plant Diseases
4/1/2011 (new)

For a variety of reasons, few Kentucky wheat producers place much emphasis on scouting their wheat diseases. Time and labor constraints (for do-it-yourselfers), the cost of hiring a crop consultant, and indifference to the need for scouting rank among the top reasons why this is the case. However, scouting is essential for those interested in managing diseases using an integrated approach. | PPFS-AG-SG-12
web only | 2 pages | 519 words | - | PDF: 195 kb


Preplant Decisions Greatly Impact Disease Potential in Wheat
4/1/2011 (minor revision)

Kentucky wheat producers have a majority of their disease management program in place once the seed is in the ground. By that time, decisions have been made regarding the length of time since the last wheat crop, tillage method and seedbed preparation, variety selection, seed quality, seed treatment, planting date, seeding rate, seeding method, and fall fertility. Individually and collectively, these decisions play an important role in determining which diseases might develop, their severity, and their potential impact on crop yield, test weight, and grain quality. Because pre-plant and planting decisions are so important in the management of wheat diseases, you need to understand how they influence disease development. | PPFS-AG-SG-6
web only | 4 pages | 1,569 words | 1 download | PDF: 413 kb


Wheat Spindle Streak Mosaic Virus (WSSMV)
2/1/2011 (minor revision)

Wheat spindle streak mosaic (WSSM), also known as wheat yellow mosaic, is a common virus disease that affects only wheat. In most years, WSSM has little to no impact on crops grown in Kentucky. However, significant yield damage can occur in highly susceptible varieties when conditions favor infection and subsequent disease development. | PPFS-AG-SG-4
web only | 3 pages | 765 words | 1 download | PDF: 308 kb


An Introduction to Futures Hedging for Grain Producers
8/12/2010 (new)

This guide is written for farm producers who want to know the basics of how futures markets operate and how to use them for protection against the risk of falling prices. | AEC-96
200 printed copies | 12 pages | - | 23 downloads | PDF: 1,363 kb


2010 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/16/2010 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat and barley that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. Annual evaluation of small grain varieties and selections provides farmers, seed producers, and other agricultural workers with current information to help them select the varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. | PR-604
3,500 printed copies | 16 pages | - | - | PDF: 339 kb


Wheat Bacterial Streak
5/1/2010 (new)

Occasionally, wheat leaves and spikes are invaded by the bacterium, Xanthomonas campestris pv. translucens. When leaf tissue is affected, the resulting disease is known as bacterial streak. When the bacterium invades the head, the disease is called black chaff. While this disease has primarily been a problem in the lower mid-South, it is often found in Kentucky in fields that have been impacted by strong winds with blowing soil or following a damaging freeze. | PPFS-AG-SG-2
web only | 3 pages | 789 words | 1 download | PDF: 247 kb


Take-All of Wheat
5/1/2010 (minor revision)

"Take-all" is the common name of a root, crown, and basal stem (foot) rot that primarily affects wheat, but can also affect barley, oats, rye, as well as other grass crops and weeds. The disease has been known to destroy entire stands of wheat, thus the name. Barley, oats, rye, and other grass crops, however, have not been seriously impacted in Kentucky. Take-all is most common where susceptible crops are grown continuously without adequate rotation, or in fields where weedy grass hosts were not controlled in non-host crops, and were subsequently sown to wheat. The disease is rarely a serious problem in Kentucky due to excellent weed control practices, as well as the widespread adoption of cropping systems where wheat is produced, at most, every other year. | PPFS-AG-SG-1
web only | 2 pages | 749 words | - | PDF: 248 kb


Comparing No-Till and Tilled Wheat in Kentucky
8/26/2009 (new)

Historically, wheat planting in Kentucky has involved tillage. With conventional tillage practices, most residues from the previous crop are cut and buried prior to seeding wheat. No-till wheat planting eliminates tillage and reduces soil erosion, particularly on sloping soils, as well as reducing labor, machinery, and energy costs. | ID-177
1,000 printed copies | 10 pages | - | 9 downloads | PDF: 233 kb


2009 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/10/2009 (new)

The objective of the Kentucky small grain variety performance test is to evaluate varieties of wheat and barley that are commercially available or may soon be available to Kentucky farmers. New varieties are continually being developed by agricultural experiment stations and commercial firms. | PR-586
4,000 printed copies | 16 pages | - | - | PDF: 580 kb


Value of Wheat Residue in Soybean Cyst Nematode Management
3/1/2009 (minor revision)

Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN; Heterodera glycines) is the most widespread and significant pest of soybean in Kentucky. SCN is managed primarily by rotating fields to non-host crops (such as corn) and using SCN-resistant varieties. However, for a variety of reasons, producers occasionally desire to plant a SCN-susceptible variety. | PPFS-AG-S-8
web only | 3 pages | 914 words | 1 download | PDF: 218 kb


2008 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Performance Test
7/11/2008 (new)

| PR-568
3,500 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,000 kb


Grain and Forage Crop Guide
7/27/2007 (reprinted)

| AGR-18
2,000 printed copies | 6 pages | - | 48 downloads | PDF: 181 kb


2007 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Performance Test
7/11/2007 (new)

| PR-551
3,500 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 812 kb


2006 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Performance Test
7/15/2006 (new)

| PR-534
4,300 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 284 kb


2005 Small Grain Variety Performance Tests
8/1/2005 (new)

| PR-517
4,300 printed copies | 20 pages | - | 1 download | PDF: 1,060 kb


Grain Farming Primer for Landowners
4/30/2005 (new)

| ID-155
2,000 printed copies | 6 pages | - | 11 downloads | PDF: 158 kb


Comparison and Use of Chlorophyll Meters on Wheat
11/1/2004 (new)

| AGR-181
3,000 printed copies | 4 pages | - | 4 downloads | PDF: 181 kb


2004 Small Grains Variety Trials
8/15/2004 (new)

| PR-500
6,500 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 177 kb


2003 Small Grains Variety Trials
8/8/2003 (new)

| PR-482
6,500 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 171 kb


Harvesting, Drying and Storing Grain Sorghum
4/30/2003 (minor revision)

| AEN-17
1,000 printed copies | 5 pages | - | 19 downloads | PDF: 111 kb


2002 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Trials
8/15/2002 (new)

| PR-466
6,500 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 153 kb


2001 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Trials
8/25/2001 (new)

| PR-448
6,300 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 200 kb


2000 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
8/1/2000 (new)

| PR-433
6,300 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 295 kb


No-Till Small Grain Production in Kentucky
5/1/2000 (new)

| ID-136
5,000 printed copies | 11 pages | - | 20 downloads | PDF: 467 kb


Grain Drill Calibration Procedures for Winter Wheat
1/30/2000 (new)

| AEN-81
500 printed copies | 4 pages | - | 15 downloads | PDF: 254 kb


1999 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
8/4/1999 (new)

| PR-418
6,000 printed copies | 18 pages | - | - | PDF: 145 kb


1998 Kentucky Small Grains Variety Trials
8/1/1998 (new)

| PR-405
6,300 printed copies | 18 pages | - | - | PDF: 103 kb


Using a Chlorophyll Meter to Make Nitrogen Recommendations on Wheat
9/1/1997 (new)

| AGR-170
5,000 printed copies | 4 pages | - | 6 downloads | PDF: 24 kb


Kentucky Winter Wheat Calendar
9/1/1997 (reprinted)

| ID-125A
2,000 printed copies | 2 pages | - | 11 downloads | PDF: 117 kb


1997 Small Grain Variety Trials
8/1/1997 (new)

| PR-396
6,300 printed copies | 16 pages | - | - | PDF: 105 kb


1996 Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1996 (new)

| PR-386
6,300 printed copies | 16 pages | - | - | PDF: 876 kb


1995 Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1995 (new)

| PR-376
6,300 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 3,000 kb


Managing Small Grains for Livestock Forage
3/1/1995 (new)

| AGR-160
3,000 printed copies | 6 pages | - | 15 downloads | PDF: 224 kb


1994 Small Grain VarIety Trials
9/1/1994 (new)

| PR-365
web only | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 850 kb


1993 Small Grain Variety Trials
8/1/1993 (new)

| PR-355
web only | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 850 kb


1992 Small Grain Variety Trials
10/1/1992 (new)

| PR-344
web only | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 841 kb


1991 Small Grain Variety Trials
11/1/1991 (new)

| PR-335
web only | 18 pages | - | 2 downloads | PDF: 865 kb


1990 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Tests
9/1/1990 (new)

| PR-330
8,000 printed copies | 18 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,100 kb


1989 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1989 (new)

| PR-320
8,000 printed copies | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,200 kb


1988 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1988 (new)

| PR-314
8,000 printed copies | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,200 kb


1987 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1987 (new)

| PR-305
8,500 printed copies | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,000 kb


1986 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
12/1/1986 (new)

| PR-298
8,500 printed copies | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,000 kb


1985 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1985 (new)

| PR-290
9,000 printed copies | 19 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,000 kb


1984 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1984 (new)

| PR-283
8,500 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,000 kb


1983 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1983 (new)

| PR-273
10,000 printed copies | 20 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,000 kb


1982 Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials
9/1/1982 (new)

| PR-266
11,000 printed copies | 28 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,200 kb


Estimating Fan Sizes for Grain Drying and Storage Bins
12/15/1981 (reprinted)

| AEES-6
1,500 printed copies | 6 pages | - | 16 downloads | PDF: 287 kb


Fan Performance on Grain Drying Bins
12/15/1981 (minor revision)

| AEES-5
1,500 printed copies | 4 pages | - | 13 downloads | PDF: 284 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1981
12/1/1981 (new)

| PR-257
12,500 printed copies | 36 pages | - | - | PDF: 2,000 kb


Grain Drying Performance Evaluation
2/1/1981 (reprinted)

| AEES-7
3,000 printed copies | 6 pages | - | 12 downloads | PDF: 302 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1980
10/1/1980 (new)

| PR-250
12,000 printed copies | 24 pages | - | - | PDF: 2,200 kb


Suffocation Hazards in Grain Bins
3/1/1980 (reprinted)

| AEN-39
10,000 printed copies | 8 pages | - | 12 downloads | PDF: 1,097 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1979
12/1/1979 (new)

| PR-243
10,000 printed copies | 28 pages | - | 1 download | PDF: 2,100 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1978
4/1/1979 (new)

| PR-240
12,000 printed copies | 32 pages | - | 1 download | PDF: 1,800 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1977
9/1/1977 (new)

| PR-228
12,000 printed copies | 28 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,400 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1976
9/1/1976 (new)

| PR-224
12,000 printed copies | 24 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,600 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1975
2/1/1976 (new)

| PR-222
12,000 printed copies | 24 pages | - | 1 download | PDF: 1,100 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1974
3/1/1975 (new)

| PR-217
12,000 printed copies | 16 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,000 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1973
2/1/1974 (new)

| PR-213
10,000 printed copies | 24 pages | - | 1 download | PDF: 1,450 kb


Preventing Storage Rots of Grain
1/1/1974 (reprinted)

| ID-3
5,000 printed copies | - | - | 4 downloads | HTML: 9 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1972
2/1/1973 (new)

| PR-205
6,000 printed copies | 24 pages | - | 1 download | PDF: 1,450 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1971
2/1/1972 (new)

| PR-203
5,000 printed copies | 24 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,300 kb


Kentucky Wheat Variety Trials, 1970
7/1/1971 (new)

| PR-192
5,000 printed copies | 24 pages | - | - | PDF: 1,150 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1969
3/1/1970 (new)

| PR-186
5,000 printed copies | 40 pages | - | 1 download | PDF: 2,000 kb


Kentucky Small Grain Variety Trials, 1968
3/1/1969 (new)

| PR-179
5,000 printed copies | 32 pages | - | 4 downloads | PDF: 1,800 kb