Introduction and discussion about three types of fine grain products and their harvesters
1. Introduction and discussion about three types of fine grain products and their harvesters

Pourya Bazyar; Ali Jafari; Reza Alimardani; Valiollah Mohammadi; James Grichar

Volume 8, Issue 4 , July and August 2020, , Pages 359-369

http://dx.doi.org/10.33945/SAMI/IJABBR.2020.4.31

Abstract
  Fine grain products are harvested in two manual and mechanized forms. Nowadays, common combine harvesters are used, but fine grain products such as Rapeseed, Sesame and Sorghum cannot ...  Read More
Zoning of Canola Cultivation Based on Climatic Temperature Needs Using of GIS in Golestan Province
2. Zoning of Canola Cultivation Based on Climatic Temperature Needs Using of GIS in Golestan Province

Navid Adibifard; Mehrdad Esfandiari; S.R. Hassanpour Avanji; Zohreh Baniabbass

Volume 2, Issue 4 , March and April 2014, , Pages 1226-1231

Abstract
  Studying of climatic elements  are one of the most important factors   influencing on agricultural crops  production and developing of agriculture activities in ...  Read More
Effects of different tillage system, seeding method and rates on yield and seed oil percentage of rapeseed
3. Effects of different tillage system, seeding method and rates on yield and seed oil percentage of rapeseed

Habibollah Ranjbar; Mehrdad Mansouri; Mahmood Reza Salar; Afraciab Ala

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January and February 2014, , Pages 192-201

Abstract
  Rapeseed as one the most crops is the basic needs of human feeding in order to produce oil. A field experiment was conducted to study the effects of different tillage system, seeding ...  Read More
Estimation of Combining Ability and Gene Action for Agro-Morphological Characters of Rapeseed (Brassica Napus L.) Using Line×Tester Mating Design
4. Estimation of Combining Ability and Gene Action for Agro-Morphological Characters of Rapeseed (Brassica Napus L.) Using Line×Tester Mating Design

Ezatollah Farshadfar; Zeinab Kazemi; Anita Yaghotipoor

Volume 1, Issue 7 , July and August 2013, , Pages 711-717

Abstract
  Combining ability effects were estimated for different agronomic characters in line × tester crossing program comprising 21 hybrids produced by crossing 7 lines and 3 testers. ...  Read More