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Plan to Spray Weeds Once Sugarbeet Fields Dry (05/21/15)

I suspect everyone benefited from last week’s precipitation. The rainfall was crucial for early season growth and development but has prevented us from working in the field for up to fourteen days in some locations.

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Frost Damage in Small Grains and Corn (05/21/15)

Air temperatures recently dipped below freezing in much of North Dakota. Since most of the small grains had been planted and emerged and some of the corn, there is concern about the type of damage this cold weather may have caused.

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Fertilizer with the Seed (05/11/17)

The restrictions on fertilizer rate that can be relatively safe to apply with the seed are based on a combination of salt and urea injury hazard. Both can reduce seed germination when fertilizer is applied with the seed.

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Soybean Cyst Nematode Distribution in North Dakota (05/11/17)

Since 2013, over 2,200 soil-samples have been submitted as part of a state-wide survey for Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN).

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Canola Early Season Growth Stages (05/11/17)

Understanding the growth and development of a canola plant helps the producer make more effective management decisions.

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