The Carrington Research Extension Center conducts research and educational programs to enhance the productivity, competitiveness, and diversity of agriculture in central North Dakota. The research effort focuses on traditional crop variety evaluation, crop production and management, alternative crop development, cropping systems, irrigation, integration of crop and livestock production, intensive cow/calf production, beef cattle feeding, feedlot management, bison nutrition, foundation seedstocks production, and fostering development of new agricultural enterprises. The central location of the Carrington Center is significant in that the research program is able to address research needs that represent a significant part of agriculture in North Dakota.

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Blaine Schatz, Director
Carrington Research Extension Center
663 Hwy. 281 N. • PO Box 219
Carrington, ND 58421-0219
(701) 652-2951 • fax: (701) 652-2055

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No-Till Seminar featuring Dwayne Beck
December 5, 2003, 9 a.m.


Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop
February 19-20, 2004

Recent findings reported at national ASA meetings:

Sunflower Sclerotinia Head Rot Screening Nursery

Soybean Planting Strategies for Central and Western North Dakota

Renovation of Center Pivot Systems for Enhanced Irrigation Research

Integration of Tillage, Fertility and Crop Rotations in a Cropping System

Comparison of Crop Productivity in Central North Dakota