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Weather Forecast (05/16/19)

The May 16 through May 22, 2019 Weather Summary and Outlook

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Southwest ND (05/16/19)

Information from the Southwest region of North Dakota.

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Black and Navy Bean Response to Row Spacing and Plant Population in Eastern ND (05/16/19)

NDSU conducted field research trials from 2014 to 2018 in eastern North Dakota (Carrington, Prosper and Park River) to evaluate potential yield increase of black and navy bean with greater plant populations and narrower rows compared to the traditionally recommended plant density (90,000 plants per acre) in wide rows.

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South Central (05/16/19)

Information from the South Central region of North Dakota.

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Northeast ND (05/16/19)

Information from the Northeast region of North Dakota.

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Northwest ND (05/16/19)

Information from the Northwest region of North Dakota.

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North Central ND (05/16/19)

Information from the North Central region of North Dakota

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Bugs in my Home (05/16/19)

As spring temperatures warm up, homeowners are calling in about insects crawling around on their floors or walls to find out what they are and how to get rid of them.

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Apply Glyphosate at Full Rates for Common Lambsquarters Control (05/16/19)

Weed seed from weed escapes was collected and evaluated in a greenhouse screening trial in the winter. Glyphosate (PowerMax) at 0, 32, and 64 fl oz/A was applied when seedlings were approximately 2 inches tall.

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Start Clean, Stay Clean (05/16/19)

Planting activity is now finally in full swing in the Red River Valley. Reports indicate that many fields in the rest of North Dakota have already been planted or are currently being planted.

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Revisiting Management Tools and Fungicide Resources for Wheat (05/16/19)

Planting season is in full force and I cannot help but ponder the crystal ball question: What wheat diseases will be problematic in 2019?

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Considerations for Late Planted Corn (05/16/19)

The area planted to corn in North Dakota increased substantially this past week and conditions are favorable for further progress in corn planting this week.

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Field Pea Production (05/16/19)

Varieties. Field Selection. Seeding. Seed Treatments. N-fixing Bacteria

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Insect Degree-Days Running Behind (05/16/19)

Day-degree accumulations have been slow this spring due to the mostly cool weather.

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Soybean Management (05/09/19)

Soybean producers provided production information from a total of about 1100 soybean fields over four seasons (2014-2017).

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Flea Beetles in Canola Emerging (05/09/19)

Flea beetles, mainly striped flea beetle, Phyllotreta striolata (Fabricius), are being captured in pheromone traps by Lesley Lubenow at the Langdon REC.

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Fertilization in a Compressed Spring (05/09/19)

In a ‘normal’ spring, the planting season is about a month long. Cool season crops are planted first, warm season crops second.

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Sugarbeet Crop Progress (05/09/19)

Sugarbeet growers at the three sugar cooperatives in North Dakota and Minnesota have been able to plant about 20% of their acreage to date (May 7).

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Late Planting Impacts on Corn and Wheat Yields (05/09/19)

Conditions have not been favorable for planting crops this spring.

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