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Southwest ND (09/13/18)

Information from the Southwest region of North Dakota.

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South Central (09/13/18)

Information from the South Central region of North Dakota.

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Northeast ND (09/13/18)

Information from the Northeast region of North Dakota.

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Northwest ND (09/13/18)

Information from the Northwest region of North Dakota.

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North Central ND (09/13/18)

Information from the North Central region of North Dakota

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Fall Needle Drop in Conifers (09/13/18)

During autumn, deciduous trees like green ash and linden change color and lose their leaves. This is normal and expected. It happens every year and people are used to it. When needles of evergreen trees turn brown and die, it’s definitely unexpected, but not necessarily abnormal.

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Fall Invading Insect Pests in the Home (09/13/18)

This time of year, as night temperatures drop and days get shorter, several insects, such as boxelder bugs, multicolored Asian lady beetles, strawberry root weevils and cluster flies, may invade the home.

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New Pollination Publication (09/13/18)

This new extension publication titled Pollination in Vegetable Gardens and Backyard Fruits H1898 was written in cooperation with Michigan State University Extension.

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Storage Options for Grains (09/13/18)

All storage options should keep the grain dry and provide adequate aeration to control the grain temperature.

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Harvesting and Storing Soybeans (09/13/18)

Harvest timing can have a huge impact on soybean shatter losses and storability. Field losses, splits and cracked seed coats increase as moisture content decreases.

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Corn Development and Dry-down in 2018 (09/13/18)

For most of the state, corn growing degree days (GDDs) are running well ahead of normal.

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New Chickpea Publication (09/13/18)

NDSU authors have recently updated the Growing Chickpea in North Dakota (A1236) publication.

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Mystery Caterpillar (09/13/18)

Introduction to the Achemon sphinx moth larvae, Eumorpha acehmon (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae).

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Pulse Crop Survey – Insect Pest Report (09/13/18)

NDSU pulse crop scouts (WREC: Shawn Postovit, NCREC: Graysyn Kitts) surveyed field pea, lentil and chickpea fields in northwest and north central North Dakota for insect pests from late May until early August.

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2018 IPM Survey Results – Soybean and Sunflower Insect Pests (09/13/18)

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 soybeans and sunflowers grown in North Dakota.

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Armyworm and Army Cutworm Publication (09/13/18)

If you grow wheat, barley, corn, or forage (alfalfa), you will be interested in this revised extension publication on The Armyworms and the Army cutworm E830 (Revised).

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Reader Survey 2018 (09/13/18)

You are invited to participate in this short survey about the NDSU Extension Crop & Pest Report.

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Weather Forecast (08/30/18)

The August 30 through September 5, 2018 Weather Summary and Outlook

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Southwest ND (08/30/18)

August has been dry for many. NDAWN recorded 0.36 inch of rain from August 1st to August and 0.22 of rain falling on August 27th and 28th in Dickinson.

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