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NDSU Offers Updated Sunflower Production Guide   ( 2007-11-29 )
Now is the time to order the updated “Sunflower Production” guide.
NDSU Offers Soybean Chlorosis Data Online   ( 2007-11-15 )
The most important control measure for chlorosis is variety selection.
Prepare CRP for Crop Production Without Tillage   ( 2007-11-08 )
Landowners in Eddy County are using an aerator roller on fields that have been in CRP for the past 10 years to prepare the land for crop production.
Dickinson Research Extension Center Certified for Organic Farming Research   ( 2007-10-18 )
North Dakota is a major producer of organic crops, ranking second behind California in certified organic acreage.
Soil Testing – The Real Cost   ( 2007-10-04 )
There are some growers who do not use soil testing because it is “too expensive.”
NDSU Offers Help to Find the Right Strip-till Equipment   ( 2007-10-04 )
Strip-till is a field tillage system that combines no-till and full tillage to produce row crops.
BeefTalk: Is It Ever Too Dry To Grow a Plant?   ( 2007-09-20 )
With the prices being offered for crops, most producers have to ask themselves if they could have squeezed out a little more production.
NDSU Schedules Corn Harvest/Marketing Clinics   ( 2007-09-13 )
The NDSU Extension Service will host three corn harvest/marketing clinics focusing on preparing for the harvest and corn drying.
Crops Featured at Carrington Research Extension Center Field Day on July 17   ( 2007-07-03 )
The NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center annual field day will be held July 17.
Crop Management Field School Scheduled June 21 at Carrington   ( 2007-05-10 )
A crop management field school will be offered Thursday, June 21, at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center.
NDAWN Resumes Reporting Rainfall Data   ( 2007-04-05 )
The North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network has resumed reporting rainfall for the season.
NDSU Releases Faller Hard Red Spring Wheat   ( 2007-03-01 )
Faller, a new hard red spring wheat variety, has been developed and released by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station.

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