Date of this Version
Classen, C. E. (1950). Safflower production in the western part of the northern great plains (University of Nebraska Agriculture Experiment Station Circular No. 87 rev.)
Recent development of new varieties with seeds averaging more than 30 per cent oil give safflower a good chance of becoming an important oil seed crop in the United States. It is the purpose of this circular to acquaint farmers with the crop and to outline the most promising production practices for those who undertake its production in the western part of the northern Great Plains.