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Early-Season Fungicide Application for Wheat (5/18/17)

A common agronomic practice that will be considered in the upcoming weeks is tank mixing a fungicide with a herbicide. Here are a couple reminders when making the decision on an early season (tillering) fungicide in wheat.

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Managing Common Root Diseases of Sugarbeet (5/18/17)

The most common root diseases of sugarbeet are Pythium, Rhizoctonia and Aphanomyces root rots.

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New Publications and App Updates (5/11/17)

Pea Disease Diagnostic Series – PP1790, Fungicide Guide, & NDSU Extension Pest Management App

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NDSU Small Grain Disease Forecasting Site (5/11/17)

The disease forecasting tool is now available for the 2017 growing season

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Discolorations and Pathogens Associated with Wheat Kernels (05/04/17)

Small grain planting season is in full swing and several questions pertaining to discolored wheat seed lots have been asked over the past few weeks.

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Be on the Lookout for Late Blight in Potato Seed Tubers (05/04/17)

Late blight caused by Phytophthora infestans, was confirmed last year in our area.

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NDSU Potato Blightline to Operate in 2017 (05/04/17)

The Plant Pathology Department at North Dakota State University will again be providing the potato Blightline service at no charge to the potato industry of North Dakota and western Minnesota in 2017.

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Pea and Lentil Disease Survey 2016 Season Summary (09/15/16)

A new scouting program for peas and lentils in northwest North Dakota was successful at detecting several diseases this summer and determining their distribution across the region.

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Corn Disease Survey Update (09/15/16)

The NDSU corn pest survey scout has visited 21 fields over the past month.

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Late-Season Sunflower Stem Diseases (09/15/16)

Over the last several weeks, several stem diseases of sunflower have showed up prominently in some areas of the state.

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Sugarbeet Growers in Epic Battle with their Nemesis, Cercospora Beticola (09/15/16)

Early planting and favorable growing conditions resulted in early row closure and the potential for a high yielding sugarbeet crop.

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Cercospora Leaf Spot Control in Sugarbeet (09/01/16)

About Cercospora Leaf Spot: Causal Agent, Current level of Cercospora leaf spot and fungicide control

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SCN Sampling (09/01/16)

All about Soybean Cyst Nematode: When to sample? Where to sample? How to sample? What do the results mean? What do you do if you have SCN? What do you do if you don’t find SCN?

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2016 Soybean Cyst Nematode Sampling Program (09/01/16)

The NDSU Extension Service and the North Dakota Soybean Council are working together again to coordinate a SCN soil testing program.

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White Mold Update (08/18/16)

The typical manila to cream colored white mold lesions are appearing in dry beans and soybeans.

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Sunflower Rust Update (08/18/16)

Heavy and frequent dews combined with warm temperatures have provided a favorable environment for sunflower rust.

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Dry Bean Rust Continues to Spread (08/18/16)

We have had multiple reports of dry bean rust throughout the state. In many areas, the severity is low, but in some fields severity is already high enough to cause yield loss.

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Soybean Cyst Nematode Sampling Program will Begin this September (08/18/16)

The NDSU Extension Service and the North Dakota Soybean Council are working together again to coordinate a SCN soil testing program.

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Corn Foliar Disease Survey Update (08/04/16)

The NDSU corn pest scout has visited 25 fields over the past two weeks and has identified a few foliar diseases.

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