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Volunteer Crops Can Provide Additional Animal Feed   ( 2012-08-02 )
Dry conditions in some parts of North Dakota have producers looking at feed alternatives.
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.
Wheat Fields With Stripe Rust Increasing in N.D.   ( 2012-06-28 )
Of the fields scouted across the state, about 25 percent had symptoms of stripe rust at varying levels of prevalence within a field.
NDSU Crop Management Field School Set for June 21 in Carrington   ( 2012-05-18 )
 
Ergot Can Cause Lambing Problems   ( 2012-04-04 )
Ergot is a fungus that forms in the seed heads of cereal grains and mature grasses.
Unusually Warm Spring May Cause Stored Grain Problems   ( 2012-03-19 )
Grain storability depends on grain quality, moisture content and temperature.
N.D. Seed Department Settles PVPA Infringement, Seed Law Violations   ( 2012-03-07 )
Seed department settles case concerning state and federal seed law violations against a Dunn County man.
Wheat Midge Forecast Improved for 2012   ( 2012-02-08 )
Most wheat producers should get a break from insecticide costs this year.
Best of the Best Meetings Set for Jan. and Feb.   ( 2012-01-20 )
These meetings will present the latest research results addressing some of the most critical issues facing wheat and soybean producers.
NDSU Releases Prosper Hard Red Spring Wheat   ( 2011-12-20 )
Overall, the selection criteria was a combination of traits used to identify a superior hard spring wheat genotype adapted to North Dakota and western Minnesota wheat production that would have superior yield and pest resistance.
Crop Return Projections Are Positive for 2012   ( 2011-12-16 )
With few exceptions, all crops show positive returns to labor and management in all regions of North Dakota where the projections were made.
NDSU Research Foundation Protects Against Unauthorized Seed Sales   ( 2011-07-21 )
The parties agreed to the settlement of infringement issues by paying substantial monetary penalties for the unauthorized seed sales of NDSURF PVP-protected wheat varieties.
Field Day Set for July 13 at NDSU's Dickinson Research Extension Center   ( 2011-06-21 )
 
NDSU Offers Spring Grain Drying, Storage Tips   ( 2011-03-09 )
Check whether stored grain needs to be dried this spring.
New Energy Economics: How Much Stover Can Be Removed Sustainably?   ( 2011-03-01 )
To preserve long-term carbon balances and soil productivity, the goal of maintaining 2,500 to 3,000 pounds of organic matter, on average, after each crop should be the goal.
NDSU Sets Agricultural Outlook Conferences   ( 2011-01-11 )
 
Crop Return Projections Positive for 2011   ( 2011-01-04 )
 
Timing Critical in Late-harvest Wheat Drying   ( 2010-09-27 )
NDSU’s grain drying expert offers advice on drying wheat harvested late in the fall.
New Energy Economics: Is There Enough Time to Harvest Wheat Straw?   ( 2010-09-23 )
With expanding acreage of other fall crops, the number of days to collect wheat straw could be limited if a producer wants to complete tillage before moving on to other fall crops.

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