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NDSU Extension Agronomists Share Skills in Ethiopia   ( 2019-10-15 )
Ethiopian producers and university staff learn agricultural techniques from NDSU Extension agronomists.
Wheat Still in Fields Raises Concerns   ( 2019-10-11 )
Wheat remains unharvested in parts of North Dakota.
Workshops Offer Biochar Basics and Uses   ( 2019-10-02 )
The workshops are for anyone interested in gardening, plant or animal agriculture, water quality and carbon sequestration.
Beware of Ergot-contaminated Livestock Feeds   ( 2019-09-19 )
Ergot has been found in several parts of North Dakota.
Malting Barley Requires Care When Drying, in Storage   ( 2019-08-16 )
Malting barley germination will be lost if the allowable storage time is exceeded.
Beware of Palmer Amaranth in Grain Screenings   ( 2019-07-02 )
The best way to control Palmer amaranth is to prevent it from spreading.
N.D. Land Values and Rents Show Some Strength   ( 2019-04-08 )
Cropland values and rents increased in parts of North Dakota in 2018.
Ward, Sargent County Teams Win 4-H Crop Judging Contest   ( 2019-03-20 )
Several youth bring home honors from the North Dakota State 4-H Crop Judging Contest.
NDSU Hosting Cover Crop and Forage Grazing Workshop   ( 2019-02-21 )
Attendees will learn about the latest research on grazing cover crops.
NDSU Extension Offers Canola Production Information   ( 2019-02-20 )
Choosing the right hybrid plays a big role in raising a successful crop.
Projected Profits of North Dakota Crops Vary by Region in 2019   ( 2018-12-21 )
Corn projects losses in all regions of North Dakota.
NDSU Extension Video Series Offers Soybean Marketing Information   ( 2018-11-01 )
The video series will keep producers up to date on changes in the soybean markets and the changing trade and marketing climate.
Palmer Amaranth Confirmed in More N.D. Counties   ( 2018-10-26 )
Palmer amaranth has been confirmed in five North Dakota counties.
NDSU Offers Soybean Drying Advice   ( 2018-10-12 )
This year’s soybean harvest is generating questions about storage and drying.
Rising Interest Rates Will Test the Strength of Crop Land Values   ( 2018-09-28 )
Interest rates have moved upward steadily since the summer of 2016, while net farm incomes have declined.
NDSU Extension Offers Palmer Amaranth Control Options   ( 2018-09-25 )
An NDSU weed scientist makes recommendations for chemical control of Palmer amaranth.
Spotlight on Economics: Health and Environmental Concerns of Indiscriminate GMO Adoption in Agriculture   ( 2018-09-19 )
Producers need to keep an eye on scientific developments in agriculture and international health and food policies.
Soybeans May Be Viable Cattle Feed Option   ( 2018-09-14 )
Soybeans can be used as a protein supplement for beef cattle, as long as the beans are a small part of the cattle’s diet.
Consider Pros, Cons of Alternative Grain Storage Methods   ( 2018-09-04 )
All storage options should keep the grain dry and provide adequate aeration to control the grain temperature.
Enhancing Soybean Storage Starts With Harvest Moisture   ( 2018-08-31 )
Moisture content and temperature are important factors when harvesting and storing soybeans.

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