Undergraduate Research Journal


The purpose of this paper is to compare crop yields on acres where stripper header technology was used to those where conventional header technology was used in a dryland cropping system. The results are based on experimental data collected at the USDA-ARS Central Great Plains Research Station, and include information on Northeastern Colorado wheat, millet, and sorghum yields. This analysis is important to demonstrate the benefits of using stripper header technology in a dryland cropping system. In the next section, the approaches and major findings of the previous literature are reviewed.

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