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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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Southern Rust of Corn Found in North Dakota (09/10/20)

Southern rust of corn was identified in a NDSU hybrid performance trial two weeks ago. This article will review some of the commonly asked questions on southern rust and if management is needed.

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Frogeye Leaf Spot on Soybean (09/10/20)

We are beginning to find Frogeye Leaf Spot in North Dakota. Yield loss to Frogeye will not occur this late in the growing season.

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Predicting Corn Dry Down with a Web Based Tool (09/10/20)

Hybrids of the recommended relative maturity, which were planted in the first part of May are now approaching maturity.

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Evaluating Frost Damage in Soybean (09/10/20)

Soybean leaves on the top of the canopy are easily damaged by frost in the 30 °F to 32 °F range.

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Grasshopper Feeding During Cool Temperatures (09/10/20)

Grasshoppers are cold-blooded organisms like all insects and require warm temperatures to feed and do other biological activities, such as egg laying. When the weather turns cold, overcast or rainy, grasshoppers need to warm up their body temperatures by basking in the sun for several hours during the morning before feeding.

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National Farm Safety Week (09/10/20)

Agriculture, which includes crop and livestock production, continues to be one of the most dangerous occupations in the U.S. According to the most recent statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, farming and ranching are the eighth most dangerous occupation in our country.

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Northeast ND (09/10/20)

Information from the Northeast region of North Dakota.

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Gall Midges in Soybeans (09/10/20)

Some inquiries have come in concerning gall midges in soybeans over the past three weeks and whether it is the ‘soybean gall midge’ pest.

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New Pollinator Publication (09/10/20)

A new collaborative NDSU and Michigan State University Extension pollinator fact sheet entitled Meet the Rare, Threatened and Endangered Insect Pollinators of North Dakota, E1977 is available at the NDSU Extension publication website:

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Palmer Amaranth Update (08/27/20)

Palmer amaranth was found at a new site in Benson county late last week. Palmer was first detected at a different site in Benson county in 2018.

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Scout for Sudden Death Syndrome of Soybeans (08/27/20)

Berlin Nelson was scouting soybeans in Richland County last week and identified multiple fields with Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS).

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How to Sample for Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) (08/27/20)

Where can I pick up sample bags? What am I sampling for? When to sample? How do I sample? What sampling strategy do I use? Where to sample? How do I interpret the results? For more information?

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2020 Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) Sampling Program (08/27/20)

We encourage soybean growers to sample for soybean cyst nematode (SCN) this growing season, and NDSU Extension and the North Dakota Soybean Council are working together again to coordinate a soybean cyst nematode (SCN) soil testing program.

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Assessing Hybrid Resistance to Goss’s Wilt (08/27/20)

In much of the state, the corn crop is progressing nicely with growing degree accumulations running well ahead normal.

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NDSU 2020 Soybean IDC Test Scores Available (08/27/20)

Soybean varieties differ in their tolerance to iron-deficiency chlorosis (IDC). Selecting a soybean variety with tolerance to IDC is the most important management decision producers can make in avoiding or reducing the negative yield effect of chlorosis.

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