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Weather Forecast: (June 25 - July 1)

Weather Forecast: (June 25 - July 1)

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Weather/Crop Phenology Maps (06/25/15)

Maps detailing corn accumulated daily growing days, percent normal rainfall, departure from normal average air temperature, and accumulated wheat growing degree days.

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Southwest ND (06/25/15)

Information from the Southwest region of North Dakota

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Northeast ND (06/25/15)

Information from the Northeast region of North Dakota.

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North Central ND (06/25/15)

Information from the North Central region of North Dakota.

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One Persons Weed is another Person’s Ingredient for Salad (06/25/15)

I live in an area of south Fargo that is under residential development. There are very few homes in my part of town and plenty of weeds along recently constructed roads. I noticed a group of people harvesting lambsquarter leaves recently. I was surprised and went to the internet to investigate lambsquarters as a source of food for human consumption.

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Plant Sugarbeet into Fields with Known Herbicide History (06/25/15)

Last week I walked a sugarbeet field with nearly 100% stand loss on the low organic matter, eroded, higher elevation areas of the field.

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Barley Injury following Pursuit and Raptor (06/25/15)

Question: In this area of the state soil pH is 5.4-6.0 and organic matter is 3.2-3.5%. Some growers are planting barley on sunflower stalks treated the prior year with Beyond herbicide at 4 fl oz/A.

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Use of HSMOC Adjuvants with Herbicides (06/25/15)

I have been getting many questions about the use HSMOC adjuvants. These questions show the confusion about use and function of this adjuvant type.

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Correct Crop Nutritional Diagnosis Using Plant Analysis (06/25/15)

I have already referred to plant analysis as a tool that growers/crop consultants can use to better diagnose nutritional problems suspected from symptoms observed in the field.

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Scab Risk (06/25/15)

A majority of the state received rainfall during the last week. Specifically, areas south of I-94 have endured frequent rain events that have contributed to an elevated scab risk.

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Wheat Disease Update (06/25/15)

The IPM survey scouts visited 83 wheat fields and 38 barley fields during the week of June 15-19.

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Fungicide Timing and Selection for White Mold in Canola (06/25/15)

Timing. Application timing is often more important than fungicide selection. Targeting the early bloom stages is ideal (commonly 20%)

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Canola Risk Map – June 22 (06/25/15)

Flowering canola in some of the state is currently in moderate to high risk for sclerotinia infection. If daytime highs remain are cool to moderate (60’s – 70’s) and canopy moisture is high, a fungicide application could be warranted.

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Sclerotinia Risk Map and Risk Calculator Now Active (06/25/15)

On June 19th the Sclerotinia risk map and calculator (www.ag.ndsu.edu/sclerotinia) became active for the 2015 season.

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Signs of Metribuzin Damage in Potato (06/25/15)

Samples have been sent in that express metribuzin damage in potato leaves.

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Buggy Whip Corn (06/25/15)

With the recent heat, corn is starting to green up and its growth is starting to accelerate.

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Lodging in Small Grains (06/25/15)

In my travels in Cass County this week, I noticed a fair amount of lodging of small grains as a result of the heavy rains and fierce winds that moved through the area.

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