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File Will Field Tiling Work for All Soils?
Naeem Kalwar, Extension Area Specialist/Soil Health
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Kids and Compost…From the Feedlot to the Garden
Mary Berg, Area Extension Specialist, Livestock Env. Mgmt.
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Canola Production: Keeping yields sustainable amid new challenges
Lesley Lubenow, Area Extension Specialist/Langdon REC
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Improving Soil Science Knowledge
Chris Augustin, Area Extension Specialist/Soil Health
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Equine Encounters…Reaching a Smaller Sector of the North Dakota Livestock Industry
Mary Berg, Area Extension Specialist, Livestock Env. Mgmt.
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Discovering Value in North Dakota Calves
Karl Hoppe, Area Extension Specialist, Livestock Systems
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document The Value of Beef Feedlot Manure for Corn Production in North Dakota
Paulo Flores, Extension Specialist, Nutrient Management
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Weed Arboretum: Valuable Tool for Weed Identification as First Step in Weed Management
Greg Endres, Area Specialist, Cropping Systems
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Expanded Cattle Feeding One Lot at a Time
John Dhuyvetter, Area Livestock Specialist
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
File PDF document Controlling Glyphosate-Resistant Kochia
Dr. Brian Jenks, Weed Scientist
Located in Impact Statements / 2016 Impact Statements
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