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Consider Winter Wheat This September

There are a couple of trends, such as higher yields and lower acreage abandonment, that indicate winter wheat is worthy of serious consideration for increased acres.

Studies Show Canola Can be Straight Combined

From 2004 through 2006, there have been a number of small-scale and field-scale studies comparing straight combining canola with traditional methods of swathing and combining.

NDSU Researchers Study Grasses for Biofuels

["Researchers at NDSU’s Central Grasslands Research Extension Center are studying which perennial grasses might make the best biomass for energy production.", ""]

Winter Wheat Survives the Cold

North Dakota's winter wheat crop escaped major damage from the abnormally cold weather in early April.

Brown-bag Seed Sales Illegal

The North Dakota State Seed Department reminds producers that brown-bag seed sales are illegal.

NDSU Releases Transgenic Soybean Variety

A transgenic Roundup-resistant soybean variety has been developed and released by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station.

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