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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.
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.
NDSU Researcher Named a Fellow   ( 2015-07-10 )
Research professor Patrick Carr receives the American Society of Agronomy’s highest honor.
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.
Watch for Sulfur Deficiency in Corn   ( 2015-06-15 )
Sulfur deficiency in corn is widespread this year.
NDSU Analyzer Aids in Prevented-planting Decision   ( 2015-06-12 )
A spreadsheet can help producers decide whether prevented planting is a viable option.
Big Changes Occurring in Red River Valley Agricultural Economics   ( 2015-05-22 )
Red River Valley farms saw a record high net farm income in 2012 plummet by 88 percent in 2013 and then by 79 percent in 2014.
NDSU to Provide Ethanol Risk Management Training   ( 2015-05-21 )
The program will combine lectures with hands-on learning in the form of exercises, case studies and trading simulations.
Stem Counts Help Assess Alfalfa Stand Potential   ( 2015-05-19 )
Newer stands usually are more winter hardy.
Devils Lake Flooding Continues to Cause Agricultural Losses   ( 2015-05-15 )
Approximately 10,000 acres of additional cropland is estimated to be lost for every 1 foot rise in the level of Devils Lake.
Keep Stored Grain Cool and Dry During Summer   ( 2015-05-11 )
Keeping stored grain cool helps reduce insect infestations and mold growth.
Consider Early Grazing Alternatives   ( 2015-05-07 )
Grazing native range grasses too early can reduce forage production.
Early Season Grazing Targets Kentucky Bluegrass   ( 2015-04-28 )
NDSU research shows early intensive grazing has reduced bluegrass growth.
2015 Bioindustry Summit Set at NDSU   ( 2015-04-24 )
This year’s summit will be the first to include a government networking event where innovators, entrepreneurs and investors will be able to visit informally with program specialists from a number of state and federal agencies.
Governor Signs Seed Law Legislation   ( 2015-04-14 )
“Intellectual property protection is important to agriculture, just as it is to any other sector of the economy,” says Ken Bertsch, North Dakota’s state seed commissioner.
Historic Increase in N.D. Land Value Ends   ( 2015-04-10 )
A survey indicates average cropland values dropped slightly (0.6 percent) during 2014.
NDSU Durum Variety Carpio Available   ( 2015-03-02 )
Carpio durum has high yield potential and excellent quality, including very good test weight and protein.
Spotlight on Economics: Significant Interventions in World Grain Markets: FSU and China   ( 2015-02-23 )
In some years, the former Soviet Union is up to 24 percent of the world trade. This almost compares with adding the equivalent of two times the exports of Canada onto the world market.

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