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Spotlight on Economics: Water Laws   ( 2012-03-14 )
A fundamental concept of water is the law that all water in North Dakota is owned by the state.
NDSU Barley Research and Risk Management Featured at Carrington Workshop   ( 2012-03-01 )
 
Become Part of N.D’s Climatological History   ( 2012-03-01 )
It’s fun, easy and only takes five minutes a day.
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.
Maximizing Pivot Irrigation Dollars Workshop Set for Dec. 13   ( 2011-12-01 )
 
Agronomy Seed Farm Field Tour Set For July 18   ( 2011-07-05 )
 
NDSU Extension Offers Water Screening   ( 2011-06-21 )
NDSU Extension specialists will provide water quality screening and answer horticultural, septic system, well and irrigation questions at field days.
Cover Crop Options Available on Prevented Planted Acres   ( 2011-06-16 )
Large areas of North Dakota remain wet and likely will be prevented planted acres for crop insurance purposes.
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.
Agricultural Drainage Design Workshop Set for Wahpeton on Feb. 23-24   ( 2011-01-07 )
Many farmers have become interested in controlling high water tables or excess water by using subsurface drainage.
North Dakota’s Population Grows With More Births and Net In-migration   ( 2010-05-07 )
With the exception of 2004, North Dakota hasn’t seen a net in-migration since 1981
NDSU Grades Soybean Varieties for Iron Deficiency Chlorosis   ( 2009-11-10 )
Farmers with chlorosis problems should not be too fast to "jump on the bandwagon" regarding new genetic traits.
Ron Offutt 2009 NDSU Harvest Bowl Agri-business Award Recipient   ( 2009-10-08 )
Offutt is the founder and chairman of the R.D. Offutt Co.
N.D. Wheat and Durum Yields Up, Protein Level Down   ( 2009-09-10 )
Across the state, there are many reports of abysmal protein levels.
July 28 Field Day Scheduled at NDSU’s Oakes Irrigation Research Site   ( 2009-07-02 )
 
Dickinson Research Extension Center Field Day Set for July 8   ( 2009-07-02 )
The public is invited to the event, which begins at 8:30 a.m.
NDSU Tile Drainage Bus Tour Scheduled for June 16   ( 2009-06-07 )
Learn more about tile drainage research, construction and uses.
Flooding Impacts Winter Wheat   ( 2009-04-24 )
The prospects for the normal development of winter wheat that survived the winter and spring flooding is quite good.
NDSU Offers Light Detection and Ranging Information Seminar   ( 2008-10-23 )
LIDAR technology uses laser light beams to determine distance by measuring the length of time it takes a laser beam to travel to an object and then reflect back.
Interest in Bringing CRP Land Back into Production Grows   ( 2008-09-23 )
Operators bringing CRP land into crop production will have to decide what management system to use on these fields.

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