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File 2015 Brown Stem Rot and Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybean
A presentation on both brown stem rot and sudden death syndrome in soybeans given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File 2015 Control of Corn Rootworms and Spider Mites in Field Corn
Janet Knodel's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File Troff document 2015 Control of Corn Rootworms and Spider Mites in Field Corn Handout
Janet Knodel's handout given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File chemical/x-pdb 2015 Corn Pest Managment
A presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File 2015 Goss's Leaf Blight & Wilt of Corn
Dean Malvick's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File chemical/x-pdb 2015 Ilevo Soybean Seed Treatment
A presentation on Ilevo given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File 2015 Placement and Timing of Fertilizer Application for Greater Efficiency
Dave Franzen's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File chemical/x-pdb 2015 Verify the Effectiveness UAS-mounted Sensors for Crop and Livestock Production Management
John Nowatzki's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File 2015 Beets as Feed for Growing and Finishing Steers
Sugar beets have been fed to cattle throughout the world for the past 100+ years but only recently have we realized that this crop has the unique potential of producing high yields on saline soils where other crops will not grow. “Feed beets™” are a variation of sugarbeets developed specifically for feeding ruminant animals. Beets contain more energy than corn silage (80% vs. 70% TDN; Table 1) but are typically lower in dry matter (DM) (25% vs. 35%). The sugar and digestible fiber content make beets particularly attractive as a feedstuff for all classes of beef cattle.
Located in Documents / LivestockRD / Docs2015
File PDF document 2015 Corn Performance with Starter Fertilizer
A field study continued at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center to examine the performance of corn with starter fertilizer and side-dressing N.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2015
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