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  • 116Performance of Agronomic Crop Varieties in Alaska 1978-2012
  • 117 - Physio-chemical environment, morphology, characterization and classifications of soils associated with black spruce in Alaska
  • 115 - Aboveground Biomass Equations for the Trees of Interior Alaska
  • 114 - Wildland Fire in Alaska: A History of Organized Fire Suppression and Management in the Last Frontier
  • 113 - Visitor Preferences for Interpretation in the Kennecott Mill Town, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
  • 112 - Response of Bluejoint Reedgrass Dominated Stands to Mowing and Nitrogen Fertilization in Central Alaska
  • 111 - Performance of Agronomic Crop Varieties in Alaska 1978-2002
  • 110 - No-till Forage Establishment in Alaska
  • 105 - Timothy in Alaska: Characteristics, History, Adaptation, and Management
  • 104 - Bromegrass in Alaska. VI. Effects of a Broad Array of Harvest Schedules and Frequencies on Forage Yield and Quality and on Subsequent Winter Survival of Cultivars Manchar and Polar
  • 103 - Bromegrass in Alaska. V. Heading and Seed Production as Influenced by Time and Rate of Nitrogen Fertilization, Sod Disturbance, and Aftermath Management
  • 102 - Bromegrass in Alaska. IV. Effects of Various Schedules and Frequencies of Harvest on Forage Yields and Quality and on Subsequent Winter Survival of Several Strains
  • 101 - Winterhardiness, Forage Production, and Persistence of Introduced and Native Grasses and Legumes in Southcentral Alaska
  • 100 - Rates and Methods of Application of Nitrogen and Phosphorus for Commercial Field Production of Head Lettuce in Southcentral Alaska
  • 99 - Comparative Winterhardiness of Cultivated and Native Alaskan Grasses, and Forage Yield and Quality as Influenced by Harvest Schedules and Frequencies, and Rates of Applied Nitrogen
  • 98 - Responses of Latitudinal Ecotypes of Biennial Sweetclover to Various Management Procedures in Alaska
  • 97 - Winterhardiness and Agronomic Performance of Wildryes (Elmus species) Compared with Other Grasses in Alaska, and Responses of Siberian Wildrye to Management Practices
  • 96 - Bromegrass in Alaska.III. Effects of Planting Dates, and Time of Seeding-Year Harvest, on Seeding-Year Forage Yields and Quality, Winter Survival, and Second-Year Spring Forage Yield
  • 95 - Effects of Daily Photoperiod/Nyctoperiod and Temperature on Autumn Development of Crown Buds, Freeze Tolerance, and Storage of Food Reserves in Latitudinal Ecotypes of Biennial White Sweetclover
  • 94 - Winter Survival of Grasses and Legumes in Subarctic Alaska as Related to Latitudinal Adaptation, Pre-winter Storage of Food Reserves, and Dry-Matter Concentration in Overwintering Tissues
  • 93 - Bromegrass in Alaska II. Autumn Food-Reserve Storage, Freeze Tolerance, and Dry Matter Concentration in Overwintering Tissues as Related to Winter Survival of Latitudinal Ecotypes
  • 92 - Fescue Grasses Differ Greatly in Adaptation, Winterhardiness, and Therefore Usefulness in Southcentral Alaska
  • 91 - Morphological, Physiological, and Winterhardiness Comparisons Among Latitudinal Ecotypes of Biennial Sweetclover (Melilotus species) in Subarctic Alaska
  • 90 - Seasonal Distribution of Forage Yield and Winter Hardiness of Grasses from Diverse Latitudinal Origins Harvested Four Times Per Year in Southcentral Alaska
  • 89 - Extreme Northern Acclimatization in Biennial Yellow Sweetclover (Melilotus officinalis) at the Arctic Circle
  • 88 - Relationship of Latitude-of-Origin to Winter Survival and to Forage and Seed Yields of Wheat grasses (Agropyron species) in Subrctic Alaska
  • 87 - Bromegrass in Alaska I. Winter Survival and Forage Productivity of Bromus Species, Types, and Cultivars as Related to Latitudinal Adaptation
  • 86 - Effects of Planting Date and Latitude-of-Adaptation on Seeding-Year Development, Winter Survival, and Subsequent Seed and Forage Production Potential of Grasses and Legumes in Subarctic Alaska
  • 85 - Performance of Introduced Slender Wheatgrass in Alaska, and Presumed Evidence of Ecotype
  • 84 - Reed Canary Grass In Alaska: Influence of Latitude-of-Adaptation on Winter Survival and Forage Productivity, and Observations on Seed Production
  • 83 - Water Retention, Bulk Density, Particle Size, and Thermal and Hydraulic Conductivity of Arable Soils in Interior Alaska
  • 82 - Yield and Quality of Timothy in Southcentral Alaska
  • 81 - Population Dynamics: An Introduction for Alaska Reindeer Herders
  • 80 - Effects of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilization on Yield and Crude Protein Content of Oat Forage at Pt. MacKenzie
  • 79 - Revegetation Research on Coal Mine Overburden Materials in Interior to Southcentral Alaska
  • 77 - The Economics of Barley Production in the Delta Junction Area of Interior Alaska
  • 76 - Influence of Nitrogen Rate, Nitrogen Source, and Phosphorus Rate on Native Bluejoint Grass Yield and Composition on the Lower Kenai Peninsula
  • 75 - Weed Control in Annual Strawberries Grown with Plastic Mulch: Efficacy, Phytotoxicity, and Soil Persistence Studies
  • 74 - Effects of Nitrogen Lime and Boron on Candle Rape Grown in the Trapper Creek and Pt. MacKenzie Area of Southcentral Alaska
  • 73 - Perennial Grass Trials for Forage Purpose in Three Areas of Southcentral Alaska
  • 72 - Effects of Potassium, Sulfur, Nitrogen Rate, and Nitrogen Source on Bromegrass Forage Yield and Composition
  • 71 - Non-Market Valuation of Open Space and Other Amenities Associated with Retention of Lands in Agricultural Use
  • 70 - An Evaluation of Herbicides for Control of Wild Oats in Barley
  • 69 - Biology and Management of White Spruce Seed Crops for Reforestation in Subarctic Taiga Forest
  • 68 - Toward the Integration of Economics and Outdoor Recreation Management
  • 67 - Protein Content and Nutritional Value of Grains Grown in Interior Alaska
  • 66 - Characteristics and Fertility Status of Soils and Minesoils in Selected Areas of Usibelli Coal Mine, Healy Alaska
  • 65 - An Economic Analysis of Fluid Milk Processing in Alaska
  • 64 - Ryegrasses: An Option for an Annual Forage Crop in Alaska
  • 63b - Postemergence Broadleaf Weed Control in Barley
  • 63a - Forage Crops in Alaska
  • 62 - An Evaluation of Herbicides for Broadleaf-Weed Control in Rapeseed
  • 61 - Forage yield and Quality of Cereals at Pt. MacKenzie
  • 60 - Some Foreign Potato Maladies and Domestic Pests of Potato in Alaska
  • 59 - Eskimos, Reindeer, and Land
  • 58 - Potential Milk Production in the Point MacKenzie Area of Southcentral Alaska
  • 57 - Observations on Plant and Tuber Growth of Potato in Alaska
  • 56 - Participation, Preferences, and Characteristics of Outlying-Cabin Users in Alaska National Forests
  • 55 - Controlled Environment Agriculture--A Pilot Project
  • 54 - The Agricultural Potential of the Middle Kuskokwim Valley
  • 53 - Representative Rivers: An Experimental Research Program in River Recreation Management
  • 52 - Lime Requirement Indices of Alaskan Soils
  • 51 - Birch Hill Park: A Case Study of Interpretive Planning
  • 50 - Alaska-Washington Trade Profile: Waterborne Commerce
  • 49 - Barley Production in the Delta-Clearwater Area of Interior Alaska
  • 48 - Input-Output Tables for Alaska's Economy: A First Look
  • 47 - Alaskan Food Price Patterns
  • 46 - Creating a Northern Agriculture. Part V, An Agroeuthenics Approach to Development in Alaska
  • 45 - Creating a Northern Agriculture. Part IV, Reservation and Preservation of Agricultural Land in Alaska
  • 44 - Creating a Northern Agriculture. Part III, Defining Parameters of Agricultural Potential in Alaska
  • 43 - Creating a Northern Agriculture. Part II, Historical Perspectives in Alaskan Agriculture
  • 42 - Creating a Northern Agriculture. Part I, An Agricultural Development Perspective
  • 41 - Supplying Alaska's Red Meat and Poultry Markets
  • 40 - A Method for Establishing Outdoor Recreation Project Priorities in Alaska
  • 38 - Tomatoes--Varieties and Culture for Alaska Greenhouses
  • 36 - Dairy Herd Improvement by Introducing High Milk Production into a Herd of High Testing Cows
  • 35 - Financing Alaska's Farms
  • 33 - Chemical Sprout Control of Alaska Potatoes, and the Influence of Pre-storage Washing and Storage Temperature on Market Quality
  • 27 - Alaska Farm Facts: A Compilation of Agricultural Statistics for the Years 1953 through 1957
  • 18 - Matanuska Valley Memoir: The Story of How One Alaskan Community Developed
 
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