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Vol 9 (1996) Eclipta (Eclipta prostrata L.) Control in Peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.) with Soil-Applied Herbicides Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar, A. Edwin Colburn
 
Vol 9 (1996) Postemergence Control of Eclipta (Eclipta prostrata L.) in Peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.) Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar, A. E. Colburn
 
Vol 11 (1998) Influence of Planting Scheme and Planting Dates on Yield and Grade of Four Peanut Cultivars Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar, B. A. Besler, D. C. Sestak, R. G. Lemon
 
Vol 11 (1998) Effects of Paraquat Application and Timing on Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Growth, Yield, and Grade Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar
 
Vol 12 (1999) Imidazolinone Herbicide Effects on Rotational Crops Following Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in South Texas Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar, David C. Sestak, Paul R. Nester
 
Vol 13 (2000) Use of Weather-based Advisory Programs to Manage Peanut Foliar Diseases in South Texas Abstract  PDF
A. J. Jaks, W. James Grichar
 
Vol 14 (2001) Using Strongarm for Weed Control in Texas Peanut Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar, Peter A. Dotray, Robert G. Lemon, Todd Baughman, V. B. Langston, B. Braxton
 
Vol 14 (2001) Effects of Early Harvest PGR on PEanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Growth, Yield, and Quality Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar, Brent A. Besler, Kevin D. Brewer, Robert G. Lemon
 
Vol 15 (2002) Comparison of Agricultural and Power Plant By-Product Gypsum for South Texas Peanut Production Abstract  PDF
W. James Grichar, Brent A. Besler, Kevin D. Brewer
 
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