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Ryan Buetow

Ryan Buetow is the area extension cropping systems specialist at the Dickinson Research Extension Center. Buetow attended North Dakota State University, where he pursued an undergraduate degree in crop and weed science and a master’s degree in plant sciences with work in nitrogen management in soybean and dry bean. He is currently working on observing the effects of rotation, nitrogen, and fungicide on foliar diseases of barley, strategies to reduce soil salinity/sodicity, impact of aluminum toxicity on wheat, nitrogen management and effect of plant population on soybean, methods of teff stand establishment, and observing effects of crop rotation and seed treatment on wheat. Buetow also will have demonstration plots on a variety of cover crop species.  If you have any crops or cropping systems questions contact Ryan at: 701-456-1106 or email:ryan.buetow@ndsu.edu

Ryan will update agronomy events at DREC and information on ag on Twitter and Instagram. Follow @drecagronomy on Twitter and drec_agronomy on Instagram.

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