Canola: An Emerging Oilseed CropPaul L. Raymer
Phenology of Oilseed Crops for Bio-Diesel in the High Plains—Alexander D. Pavlista and David D. Baltensperger
Evaluaton of Canola Lines in the Utah Valley—Sergio Muñoz-Valenzuela and Andrew Easton
Utilizing Locally-produced Canola to Manufacture Biodiesel—Harbans L. Bhardwaj
Prospects of Canola as an Alternative Winter Crop in VirginiaDavid E. Starner, Anwar A. Hamama, and Harbans L. Bhardwaj
Performance of Canola in Southern Sonora, MéxicoSergio Muñoz-Valenzuela, Greg Buzza, and Roberto Avalos-Pérez
Canola: A Quality Brassica OilseedR.K. Downey
Potential of Canola Production in OhioWalter H. Schmidt
Canola Seed Yield in Relation to Harvest MethodsCasimir A. Jaworski and Sharad C. Phatak
Evaluation of Planting Date for Winter Canola Production in IndianaEllsworth P. Christmas
Potential of Canola as a Dryland Crop in Northeastern ColoradoDavid C. Nielsen
Canola Production in VirginiaDavid E. Starner, Harbans L. Bhardwaj, Anwar A. Hamama, and Muddappa Rangappa
High Performance 4-Cycle Lubricants From CanolaDuane L. Johnson
Canola-based Motor OilsDuane L. Johnson, Blaine Rhodes, and Robert Allen
Evaluation of Salinity Tolerance of Canola GerminationNaveen Puppala, James L. Fowler, Linnette Poindexter, and Harbans L. Bhardwaj
Canola Oil Yield and Quality as Affected by Production Practices in VirginiaDavid E. Starner, Anwar A. Hamama, and Harbans L. Bhardwaj
Alternative Crops Research in VirginiaHarbans L. Bhardwaj, Andy Hankins, Tadesse Mebrahtu, Jimmy Mullins, Muddappa Rangappa, Ozzie Abaye, and Gregory E. Welbaum
Diversifying U.S. Crop ProductionJules Janick, Melvin G. Blase, Duane L. Johnson, Gary D. Jolliff, and Robert L. Myers
New Crops or New Uses for Old Crops: Where Should the Emphasis Be?Shelby F. Thames and Thomas P. Schuman
Determining Amaranth and Canola Suitability in Missouri Through Geographic Information Systems AnalysisRobert L. Myers
Canola: Alternative Field Crops Manual, University of Wisconson Cooperative Extension Service, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Center for Alternative Plant & Animal Products
New Crops for Canadian AgricultureErnest Small
Canola: A Potential New Crop for Indiana"Indiana canola crop resulted in the harvest of approximately 7,000 acres in early summer of 1991."
The 1990-91 Indiana Canola Update: Elsworth Christmas
The 1991-92 Indiana Canola Update:"Late fall and winter weather conditions in Indiana proved to be disastrous for fall seeded crops, including alfalfa, canola, and wheat."
Potential of Winter and Spring Rapeseed Cultivars for Oilseed Production in the Southeastern United StatesP.L. Raymer, D.G. Bullock, and D.L. Thomas
Rapeseed, a New Oilseed Crop for USAMatti Sovero
Selecting Winter Hardy Oilseed Rape for the Great PlainsC.L. Rife and J.P. Salgado
Rapeseed Performance in West Tennessee (Abstract)H.A. Fribourg, C.R. Graves, G.N. Rhodes, Jr., J.E. Bradley, and E.C. Bernard Gorczanski
Alternate Crops for Dryland Production Systems in Northern IdahoKenneth D. Kephart, Glen A. Murray, and Dick L. Auld
High Glucosinolate Rapeseed Meal as a Supplemental Protein Source in Finishing Cattle Diets (Abstract)Jean Heidker and C.F. Klopfenstein
Influence of Irrigation Timing and Nitrogen on Growth, Yield, and Quality of Rape (Abstract)Joseph G. Lauer
New Crops Research and Development: A Federal PerspectiveL.H. Princen
New Crops In The UK: From Concept to Bottom Line ProfitsFrancis H. Nicholls
Engineering New Oilseed Crops from RapeseedH. Maelor Davies
Rapeseed Meal as a Natural PesticideHarbans L. Bhardwaj, Anwar A. Hamama, D. Morris Porter, and Paul F. Reese, Jr.
Bioassembly of Storage Lipids in Oilseed CropsDavid C. Taylor, Ljerka Kunst, and Samuel L. MacKenzie
Handbook of Energy CropsJames A. Duke. 1983. unpublished.
Magness, J.R., G.M. Markle, C.C. Compton. 1971. Food and feed crops of the United States..
Canola Council of Canada
The Facts About Canola by Canbra Foods Ltd.
Quality of Western Canadian Canola 1996 - Canadian Grain Comission
Canola Disease Index from Texas A & M.
Canola diseases (North Dakota)
Canola / Rape as Covercrops
Photographs from University of Minnesota Center for Alternative Plant & Animal Products.
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