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Irrigated Vegetable Tour Set for Sept. 3   ( 2008-08-27 )
Commercial vegetable production and NDSU’s Devils Lake Irrigation Test Project will be featured on a tour scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 3.
Crop Tours Highlight Carrington Research Extension Center Field Day on July 15   ( 2008-07-03 )
Dickinson Research Extension Center Field Set for July 9   ( 2008-07-03 )
Production Agriculture will be featured during the annual Dickinson Research Extension Center field day on July 9.
Beware of Nitrate Poisoning in Livestock   ( 2008-07-03 )
Producers should have drought-stressed crops tested for nitrate before using them as forage for livestock.
NDSU Crop Management Field School Scheduled for June 19 at Carrington   ( 2008-05-15 )
A crop management school will provide hands-on training on crop, pest and soil management using field research and demonstration plots.
Integrating Field Crops and Coproducts into Beef Cow Diets May Help Producers in Drought   ( 2008-04-24 )
NDSU research into the feeding potential of many different alternative feeds, drylot management and early weaning can be helpful information for feeding and managing a cow herd during drought.
Subsurface Drainage Forum Set for Fargo Feb. 14   ( 2008-01-10 )
Tile drainage is the topic of an Agricultural Subsurface Drainage Forum at NDSU on Thursday, Feb. 14.
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.
Managing Subsurface Water in the Field Can Pay Off   ( 2007-08-30 )
When installing a subsurface drainage system, pipes are placed strategically in a field to remove water from isolated wet areas or installed in a pattern to drain an entire field.
Drought Returns to N.D.   ( 2007-07-06 )
North Dakota’s reprieve from drought conditions lasted two weeks.
Rain Washes Away 6-year N.D. Drought   ( 2007-06-15 )
North Dakota is drought-free for the first time in six years.
Fight Scab Using Aerial Application   ( 2007-06-14 )
Wet fields may require fungicide to be applied by aircraft.
NDAWN Resumes Reporting Rainfall Data   ( 2007-04-05 )
The North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network has resumed reporting rainfall for the season.
Hortiscope   ( 2007-03-29 )
Ron Smith answers reader's questions about the world of plants and gardening.

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