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Weather Forecast (06/17/21)

The June 17 to June 23, 2021 Weather Summary and Outlook

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Southwest ND (06/17/21)

Most fields are showing symptoms of wind damage and sand blasting, too, in some cases.

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South-Central/Southeast ND (06/17/21)

According to NDAWN, the region’s first-half June rainfall ranges from 0.4 inch (Carrington and Zeeland) to 4.5 inches (Marion).

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North Central ND (06/17/21)

Information from the North Central region of North Dakota

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Northwest ND (06/17/21)

Information from the Northwest region of North Dakota.

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Northeast ND (06/17/21)

Information from the Northeast region of North Dakota.

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Splash Damage from Group 14 Herbicides (06/17/21)

One question posed by anyone who sprayed a preemergence herbicide this spring has been “is my herbicide still there?”

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Sidedress in a Drought (06/17/21)

There is a wide range of soil moisture and corresponding corn health across the state. In a tour today (Tuesday June 14, 2021) across the eastern 1/3 of the state, good soil moisture and excellent corn growth was observed in Richland County, but nowhere else.

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Soybean Plant Population (06/17/21)

Counting soybean plants in the unifoliate growth stage or early vegetative stages with true leaves developing is a good method to evaluate the crop stand. This year has been very challenging, established plant stands are very variable due to drought conditions, and a late May frost in some fields.

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Heading Small Grains, Scab Risk, and a Few Fungicide Questions (06/17/21)

The heat is speeding up small grain development as heat units are accumulating at a record pace.

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Scout for Fusarium Yellows in Sugarbeet and Record Fields with the Disease (06/17/21)

Fusarium yellows and decline in sugarbeet are caused by Fusarium oxysporum and F. secorum, respectively. Fusarium yellows and decline may cause significant reduction in plant stand and root yield, and it is recommended that infected roots not be placed in long-term storage.

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Blister Beetles in Faba Beans (06/17/21)

Ash gray blister beetles, Epicauta fabricii, were reported in faba beans and lupine fields in east central and north central areas of ND (Source: T.J. Prochaska, NCREC; G. Endres, CREC).

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Soybean Aphids and Spider Mites Starting (06/17/21)

The first soybean field infested with low incidence of soybean aphids (6% of plants infested, average of 1 aphid per plant) was found in Grand Forks County last week (Source. Katelyn Landeis, Grand Forks County Extension Agent).

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IPM Crop Survey - Insect Update (06/17/21)

Cereal aphids continue at low levels in North Dakota, while Minnesota is seeing higher levels in the west central to southern area of the state. Continue scouting from stem elongation to the end of heading stage. Temperatures will be more favorable for aphid reproduction next week, with temperatures in the low to mid-80s F.

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Southwest ND (06/10/21)

Information from the Southwest region of North Dakota

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South-Central/Southeast ND (06/10/21)

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

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Northwest ND (06/10/21)

Information from the Northwest region of North Dakota.

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Northeast ND (06/10/21)

Information from the Northeast region of North Dakota.

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North Central ND (06/10/21)

Information from the North Central region of North Dakota

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Widespread Dead and Dying Birch Trees (06/10/21)

Throughout the state, many birch trees had a very tough winter.

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