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Weather Forecast (09/24/20)

A look back at the 2020 Growing Season and a 2020 Harvest Season Forecast

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South-Central/Southeast ND (09/24/20)

Information from the South Central/Southeast region of North Dakota.

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Northwest ND (09/24/20)

Information from the Northwest region of North Dakota.

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Northeast ND (09/24/20)

Information from the Northeast region of North Dakota.

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North Central ND (09/24/20)

Information from the North Central region of North Dakota

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Fall Needle Drop in Evergreens – This is Normal (09/24/20)

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been getting a lot of calls and emails regarding evergreen needles turning brown or yellow.

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Effectiveness of Using Low Rates of Plant Nutrients (09/24/20)

A very revised edition of ‘Effectiveness of Using Low Rates of Plant Nutrients’ is now available

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Soil Considerations for 2021 (09/24/20)

Prevent plant acres to 2021 crop. Sampling before soybean. Gypsum for amending soil pH and an amendment for reducing soil salt.

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Iowa Grower Encourages Soybean Growers to Sample for Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) this Fall. (09/24/20)

I encourage soybean growers to watch a 3-minute video of Mr. Ron Heck, soybean grower from Iowa, talking about his experience with SCN in the 1990s -2000s.

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Soybean Frogeye Leaf Spot Update (09/24/20)

During the week of September 7th, we conducted a survey to determine the prevalence of Frogeye Leaf Spot in North Dakota soybeans.

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Management of Frost Damaged Immature Soybeans (09/24/20)

Soybeans killed at growth stages of full seed development (R6) and beginning maturity (R7) should be left out in the field to dry and harvested along with mature soybeans (R8).

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Soybean Damaged by Frost (09/24/20)

Many areas in North Dakota experienced frost around September 8 and 9th.

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Effect of Frost Damage on Immature Corn (09/24/20)

When freezing temperatures arrived in the state earlier this month most of the corn was not mature. Important questions arising from this event include: What kind of yield loss resulted from this early end of season? Will the crop’s test weight be low? Will frost damaged immature corn dry-down more slowly than mature corn? As with most agronomic questions, the answers to these questions are, it depends!

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2020 Soybean and Sunflower IPM Survey (09/24/20)

NDSU IPM field scouts surveyed a total of 563 soybean fields and 181 sunflower fields in North Dakota during 2020.

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2020 Small Grains IPM Survey (09/24/20)

The purpose of the IPM (Integrated Pest Management) Survey is to detect the presence and population levels of diseases and insect pests that are common in wheat and barley grown in North Dakota.

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Southwest ND (09/10/20)

Information from the Southwest region of North Dakota

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South-Central/Southeast ND (09/10/20)

Information from the South Central/Southeast region of North Dakota.

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Northwest ND (09/10/20)

Information from the Northwest region of North Dakota.

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North Central ND (09/10/20)

Information from the North Central region of North Dakota

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Palmer Amaranth Found in 3 New Counties (09/10/20)

Pigweed ID pictures have been rolling in since the last Crop and Pest Report.

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