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Corn Responds to Phosphorus Starter Fertilizer   ( 2018-04-05 )
Starter fertilizer increased corn grain yield 4 to 5 percent on soils testing low to medium for phosphorus.
Don’t Waste Manure   ( 2017-09-25 )
Calibrate your manure spreader before applying livestock manure.
Agricultural Network Provides Global Outlook   ( 2017-09-05 )
What happens in agriculture elsewhere in the world has an impact on North Dakota producers.
NDSU Scientists Study Distillers Grains as Fertilizer   ( 2017-01-13 )
Wet distillers grains and condensed distillers solubles increased corn and spring wheat yields.
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.
Think Forage Quality When Planning Hay Schedule   ( 2015-06-25 )
Choosing a date for the hay harvest depends on many factors.
Energy Beet Education Meetings to Be Held   ( 2015-03-03 )
Low commodity prices are causing farmers to look for options that provide positive net returns, and energy beets may fit the bill.
Elgin-ND Hard Red Spring Wheat Available   ( 2015-02-23 )
Elgin-ND is the first North Dakota State University hard red spring wheat cultivar that combines high yield and good quality.
NDSU Releases Two-rowed Barley Variety   ( 2015-01-26 )
ND Genesis seems adapted to all parts of North Dakota and adjacent areas of Minnesota, Montana and South Dakota.
NDSU Releases Corn Inbreds   ( 2014-12-01 )
Experiments included top hybrid checks recommended by the industry in target environments, including western and northern North Dakota.
Kandel Shares Skills With Ethiopian Farmers   ( 2014-07-09 )
Kandel worked with nine subsistence farm groups, with more than 275 participants, during three-hour training sessions in each village. He also trained 17 development workers during a two-day training session.
NDSU Research Leads to Better Bean-breeding Strategies   ( 2014-06-12 )
The genome sequence has important implications for North Dakota agriculture because the state produces 30 percent of this billion-dollar crop.
Emergency Hay Crop May be a Competitive Alternative to Prevented-planting   ( 2014-06-09 )
The net income from the hay may be as much or more than the prevented-planting payment, less the cost of putting a cover crop on prevent-planted acres.
NDSU Prevented-planting Website Provides Help Analyzer   ( 2014-06-09 )
The program uses partial budgeting to compare the economics of prevented-planting with growing the same crop, for which a prevented-planting payment could be received, or some other crop.
NDSU Releases Pest Management App   ( 2014-05-30 )
Some of the tools in the app give users the ability to search by crop or pest to find solutions to problems or recommended treatments.
UAVs: The Key for Precision Agriculture?   ( 2014-04-21 )
UAVs will improve precision agriculture by collecting larger amounts of data in a shorter period of time.
Dust Storms Still Causing Damage in N.D.   ( 2014-03-28 )
The greatest export of phosphate is due to wind erosion.
NDSU Adds Sugar Beet Agronomist   ( 2014-03-20 )
Peters has joined NDSU as an Extension Service sugar beet agronomist and assistant professor.
NDSU Wheat Researcher Fights Rust Disease   ( 2014-03-07 )
Acevedo is passionate about working with rust pathogens, ultimately with a goal of increasing food security in the U.S. and around the globe.
Wheat Show to Feature Best of the Best   ( 2014-01-24 )
National Hard Spring Wheat Show has taken on a different look this year with the incorporation of the Best of the Best program.

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