- Inoculation and Nitrogen Management to Optimize Pulse Crop Yield and Protein. Open-access to all readers and available for 1 CEU in Nutrient Management for CCAs.
- Nutrient Management in No-till and Minimum till Systems (EB0182)
- Soil Fertility Status after a 4-Year Transition Period to Diversified No-Till and Organic Systems Fertilizer Facts No. 36
- Cropping Sequence Effect of Pea and Pea Management on Spring Wheat Fertilizer Facts No. 45
- N Cycling from Pea Forage to Wheat in No-till Systems Fertilizer Facts No. 51
- Effect of Diversified Crop Rotations and N Rates on Soil Organic Matter and Nutrient Levels Fertilizer Facts No. 63
- Pulse Crop Improves Early N Uptake, Growth and Yield of Wheat in No-till Fertilizer Facts No. 66
- Soil N Cycling Affected by Tillage and Crop Rotations Fertilizer Facts No. 67
- Short-term (2-yr) Effects of Crop Rotations and N Rates on Winter Wheat Yield, Protein and Economics in North Central MT Fertilizer Facts No. 68
- Effect of N Rate and Crop Rotation on Apparent N Fertilizer Recovery in Long-term Cropping Systems Fertilizer Facts No. 69
- Long-term Profitability of Pea-Wheat Systems, Managed at High and Low N Fertility Fertilizer Facts No. 72
- Jone, C., P. Miller, A. Sigler, T. Rick, and S. Ewing. 2018. Deep Soil Nitrate Levels Following Four Years of Differing Nitrogen Rates and Cropping Systems. Great Plains Soil Fertility Conference Proceedings.
Miller, P., A. Bekkerman, C. Jones, M. Burgess, J. Holmes, and R. Engel. 2015. Pea in rotation with wheat reduced uncertainty of economic returns in southwest Montana. Agronomy Journal. 107:541–550. doi:10.2134/agronj14.0185
Miller, P., R. Engel, and J. Holmes. 2006. Cropping sequence effect of pea and pea management on spring wheat in the northern Great Plains. Agronomy Journal. 98:1610–1619. doi:10.2134/agronj2005.0302