Grains and Legumes

Small grains in the palm of hands (Copyright IStock).Add new crops to your rotation or learn how you can successfully adopt sustainable farming techniques or organic production methods for your field crops.

North Carolina State University.

Provides information on crop production of corn, small grains, and soybeans; marketing; cover crops; fertility management; organic no-till; weed management; and more.

Auburn University. Alabama Cooperative Extension System.

Information on small grain crops grown in Alabama including variety reports and Extension publications.

Wisconsin Integrated Cropping Systems Trial Project.

Information developed from a research project with 40 growers in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin to promote the inclusion of small grains in corn-soy rotations.

University of Missouri. Cooperative Extension Service.

A collection of Extension news, publications and Web sites focusing on the productin of corn, cotton, forages, grains, rice, sorghum, soybeans and wheat.

Oregon State University. Crop and Soil Science.

Research and production information for cereals, forages, oilseeds, potatoes, and seed crop production.

National Center for Appropriate Technology. ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.

Production and marketing information for specialty grains and organic techniques for conventional grain.

Ohio State University. Cooperative Extension Service.

In the 15th edition, updated chapters on "Small Grain Production" and "Alternative Crops" are of particular use for those interested in specialty grains.

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