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By Dipak Santra
Alternative Crops Breeding Specialist 

PANHANDLE PERSPECTIVES:

Winter Field Pea as a Fall-Planted Broadleaf Crop for the Panhandle?

 

October 6, 2021



Can winter field peas, planted in September and harvested the middle of the following summer (like winter wheat), work as part of the dryland cropping rotations in the Nebraska Panhandle? The question is being studied by the alternative crops breeding program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Panhandle Research and Extension Center at Scottsbluff.

Incorporating winter pea into a wheat-based dryland crop production system in the Panhandle has the potential to increase the crop production sustainability and economic viability of dryland farming in the Nebraska Panhandle and High Plains in...



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