Agronomic zones for the dryland Pacific Northwest Public Deposited

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  • Extensive areas of eastern Oregon, eastern Washington, and Idaho are well suited to dryland production of small grains and legumes. Commonly, over this area, winter wheat is planted in rotation with either annual legumes or summer fallow.
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