Bees in Winter

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Wikipedia: Winter:: Overview of the season of winter, with information on its meteorological aspects, causes, symbolism, mythology, and ecology. Also includes winter snow and ice activities. Winter is the coldest season of the year in temperate climates, between autumn and spring. At the winter solstice, the days are shortest and the nights are longest, with days lengthening as the season progresses after the solstice. Details information may be obtained from the

Winter Rye Production:: World production information from the University of Saskatchewan.

Winter's Past Farm:: Registered Tunis sheep and crossbred ewes for sale. Fleeces for hand spinners also available. Located in Allentown, New Jersey.

Winter Wheat Disease Control:: Technical note describing the external factors that can influence the severity of foliar, stem base and root diseases in wheat and how they can be used to manage disease in an integrated disease programme. [PDF]

Winter Livestock Cattle Auctions:: Features cattle auctions, futures report, market report, and more.

Winter Rye for Extending the Grazing Season:: Factsheet from Ohio State University.

Bi-Cropping of Winter Wheat and White Clover:: A report on the methods and economics of growing two crops on the same land in Ireland. Growing cereals in a leguminous living mulch (bi-cropping) could potentially reduce the need for synthetic inputs to cereal production while preventing losses of nutrients and increasing soil biological activity. The objective of this project was to investigate how bi-cropping (a low input production system for cereals) would compare with conventional wint

Winter Wheat in the Golden Belt of Kansas:: E-text of "A Study in Adaptation to Subhumid Geographical Environment" by James C. Malin.

Management of Grass Weeds in Winter Cereals:: This technical notes outlines the problem and suggests management solutions through both husbandry and the use of herbicides. [PDF]

Crop Profile for Summer and Winter Squash:: Production information on squashes grown in New Jersey, the cultural practices used there, and information on insect pests, diseases and weeds and how to control them. [PDF]

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