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Kandel Shares Skills With Ethiopian Farmers   ( 2014-07-09 )
Kandel worked with nine subsistence farm groups, with more than 275 participants, during three-hour training sessions in each village. He also trained 17 development workers during a two-day training session.
Crop Tours Highlight Carrington REC Field Day on July 15   ( 2014-07-02 )
Highlighted will be crop variety performance and production management, plant nutrition and pest management.
Agronomy Seed Farm Annual Field Day Set for July 14   ( 2014-06-27 )
 
Field Tours at Hettinger Research Extension Center Set for July 8   ( 2014-06-24 )
 
NDSU Evaluating Unmanned Aircraft System Technology   ( 2014-06-19 )
Researchers want to learn if unmanned aircraft systems can be effective crop and livestock production tools.
Spotlight on Economics: Low-carbon Corn   ( 2014-06-17 )
New technology and improved practices have resulted in average U.S. corn yields rising from 20 bushels per acre in 1930 to more than 150 bushels per acre today.
NDSU Research Leads to Better Bean-breeding Strategies   ( 2014-06-12 )
The genome sequence has important implications for North Dakota agriculture because the state produces 30 percent of this billion-dollar crop.
Emergency Hay Crop May be a Competitive Alternative to Prevented-planting   ( 2014-06-09 )
The net income from the hay may be as much or more than the prevented-planting payment, less the cost of putting a cover crop on prevent-planted acres.
NDSU Prevented-planting Website Provides Help Analyzer   ( 2014-06-09 )
The program uses partial budgeting to compare the economics of prevented-planting with growing the same crop, for which a prevented-planting payment could be received, or some other crop.
Forum on Diet-linked Diseases and Improving Public Health Set for June 16   ( 2014-06-03 )
 
Spotlight on Economics: A Changing Paradigm for Conservation Decisions   ( 2014-06-03 )
It became clear that the farmers interviewed are, in fact, using economic criteria in their decision rather than what initially appeared to be convenience factors. They just did not use the specific economic criterion I expected.
Spotlight on Economics: Dynamic Changes in the Competition for Fertilizer   ( 2014-05-28 )
Through the years, fertilizer use has increased substantially in the U.S. and use in other countries also is expanding.
NDSU Crop Management Field School Scheduled for June 19 in Carrington   ( 2014-05-14 )
 
Agricultural Losses Due to Flooding Continue in Devil Lake Basin   ( 2014-05-09 )
Estimates show that there will be an increase of more than 10,000 acres of cropland lost to Devils Lake in 2014.
Keep Spring-, Summer-stored Grain Cool   ( 2014-05-02 )
Make sure the grain is at the recommended moisture content for summer storage.
UAVs: The Key for Precision Agriculture?   ( 2014-04-21 )
UAVs will improve precision agriculture by collecting larger amounts of data in a shorter period of time.
N.D. Land Values Cool   ( 2014-04-15 )
Land values showed about an 8 percent increase from the previous survey, compared with a 42 percent increase during 2012.
NDSU Offers Farm Bill Decision Aid   ( 2014-03-28 )
 
Dust Storms Still Causing Damage in N.D.   ( 2014-03-28 )
The greatest export of phosphate is due to wind erosion.
Dairy Focus: Spring Thaw Can Contribute to Feed Waste   ( 2014-03-12 )
Spoilage will increase as temperatures rise.

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