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Testing Forages for Nitrates

August 2, 2017 - Over the past several weeks the inquiries about nitrates have been numerous and growing here at the local NDSU Extension Office. The majority of nitrate livestock poisoning cases in North Dakota occur in drought-stressed oats, corn and barley. However, many additional plants can accumulate nitrates including sudangrass, sorghum-sudan hybrids, pearl millet, flax, radishes, canola, rye, soybean, sugar beets, sweetclover, turnips and wheat...

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