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Crop Day Featuring Corn and Soils Set for Dec. 4 at Carrington   ( 2012-11-16 )
 
Row-crop Tour Set at Carrington Research Extension Center   ( 2012-08-17 )
 
NDSU Oakes Irrigation Research Site to Hold Field Day July 31   ( 2012-07-10 )
Visitors will be able to observe and discuss variety trial research in corn, soybeans, small grains, onions, dry edible beans and potatoes.
Mon-Dak Ag Showcase and Williston REC Field Days Set for July 24-25   ( 2012-07-09 )
The Williston Research Extension Center (WREC) Dry Land Field Day and Nesson Valley Irrigated Field Day will unite with the Mon-Dak Ag Showcase to offer a more diverse event.
Crop Tours Highlight Carrington Research Extension Center Field Day   ( 2012-07-05 )
Two crop tours will be conducted during the event for participants to view research trials and receive current production information.
Field Crop Sensors Determine In-season Fertilization Requirements   ( 2012-06-29 )
This technology has the potential to increase yields by increasing nitrogen efficiency and, at the same time, protecting the environment.
NDSU Barley Research and Risk Management Featured at Carrington Workshop   ( 2012-03-01 )
 
Soil Temperatures Approach Critical Point for Winter Wheat   ( 2012-01-25 )
In addition to variety, the size and health of the plant can impact how well the crop will tolerate the cold.
Wild World of Weeds Workshop Set for Jan. 24   ( 2011-12-07 )
NDSU scientists will present information on a variety of environmental and weed science topics during the workshop.
Agronomy Seed Farm Field Tour Set For July 18   ( 2011-07-05 )
 
Field Day at Williston Research Extension Center Set for July 14   ( 2011-06-27 )
 
Flooding/waterlogging Will Affect Crop Development   ( 2011-05-31 )
Waterlogging affects a number of biological and chemical processes in plants and soils that can affect crop growth in the short and long term.
NDSU Provides Manure Fertility Sampling Assistance   ( 2011-04-27 )
NDSU Extension nutrient management specialists are collecting data to help producers use manure as fertilizer.
NDSU Finding Ways to Improve Soil Health   ( 2011-02-04 )
Saline and sodic soils affect approximately 12.6 million acres of agricultural land in North Dakota.
Advanced Crop Advisers Workshop Set for Feb. 10-11 in Fargo   ( 2011-01-11 )
 
Crop Tours Highlight Carrington REC Field Day on July 20   ( 2010-07-06 )
Two crop tours will be conducted during the event for participants to view research trials and receive current production information.
Field Day at Williston Research Extension Center Set for July 15   ( 2010-06-28 )
 
NDSU Crop Management Field School Scheduled for June 24 at Carrington   ( 2010-05-25 )
The school will provide hands-on training on crop and pest management using field research and demonstration plots.
NDSU Offers Video on Scouting for Glyphosate-resistant Weeds   ( 2010-03-30 )
Pictures and text only go so far in explaining how to scout for glyphosate resistance, while a video is an excellent medium for explaining how to do something.
Risk of Wheat Midge Damage Higher in 2010   ( 2010-02-17 )
With a low to moderate forecast for wheat midge infestation statewide, field scouting will be critical to indicating where economic population densities occur during the growing season.

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