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North Central Research Extension Center Field Day Set   ( 2016-07-08 )
Spring wheat production will be the focus of the event.
Crop Tours Highlight Carrington Research Extension Center Field Day   ( 2016-07-05 )
The event will focus on crop variety performance, and production, crop pest and soil management.
Brummond Named Sustainable Ag Hero   ( 2016-06-21 )
Brummond will be honored at the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education meeting July 12.
NDSU Develops Soybean Growing Degree Day Model   ( 2016-06-13 )
The model predicts the maturity date of soybeans for eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.
Keep Stored Grain Cool, Dry During Summer   ( 2016-06-03 )
Warm grain could lead to insect infestations and mold growth.
$2 Million Grant to NDSU for Cover Crop Research   ( 2016-05-11 )
NDSU scientists will use USDA grants for crop productivity research.
Field Pea Production Guide Available   ( 2016-04-15 )
With an increased interest in field peas in North Dakota, a team of NDSU Extension staff has updated and revised a field pea production guide.
Forster to Head NDSU’s North Central Research Extension Center   ( 2016-04-15 )
The center’s new director brings research and Extension Service experience to her position.
N.D. 4-H’ers Compete in Crop Judging Contest   ( 2016-03-30 )
Foster and Walsh County teams place first in the contest.
Carrington Research Extension Center Gains Animal Scientist   ( 2016-02-23 )
Uchenna Anele will help expand the center’s work on livestock feed supplementation.
Grain Management Vital Now   ( 2015-11-05 )
Check the grain’s temperature and moisture content.
Windbreak Study Group Seeking Crop Yield Data   ( 2015-11-03 )
The group hopes to demonstrate the yield and conservation impacts that tree windbreaks have on crop production.
Use Caution When Grazing Corn Residue   ( 2015-10-26 )
Corn residue can be a good option for extending the grazing season, but too much grain can cause digestive upsets and other health issues.
Consider Reconditioning Too-dry Soybeans and Other Grain   ( 2015-10-09 )
The potential for damage during handling increases when soybeans are too dry.
Consider Pros, Cons of Alternative Grain Storage Methods   ( 2015-08-24 )
Grain can be stored in many types of buildings, but they all should keep the grain dry and cool.
Several Winter Wheat Options Available   ( 2015-08-06 )
Yields typically are higher for winter wheat than spring wheat.
NDSU Using Sensors to Identify Weed Infestations   ( 2015-07-22 )
The project will identify which weeds are infesting specific crops, which parts of fields the weeds are infesting and the degree of the weed problem.
N.D. Top Wheat Producer in U.S.   ( 2015-07-08 )
North Dakota produced 17 percent of the U.S.’s total wheat production in 2014.
Otteson New Agronomy Seed Farm Director   ( 2015-07-06 )
Otteson has worked at the farm since 1992.
NDSU Agronomist Helping Improve Uganda’s Coffee Production   ( 2015-06-25 )
Coffee is a major agricultural commodity in Africa, and Uganda is the leading exporter.

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