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Latest NDSU Extension Publications

Increasing Food Safety on the Farm with Good Agricultural Practices (FN1920)

This manual assists specialty crop growers who have an interest in increasing food safety on their farm, documenting good agricultural practices, or becoming certified through the USDA’s Good Agricultural Practices and Good Handling Practices (GAP&GHP) audit verification program.

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Pulse Crop Production Field Guide for North Dakota (A1922)

The Pulse Crop Production Field Guide provides producers with data on field pea, chickpea and lentil production information throughout North Dakota. It addresses issues including variety fertilizing, disease, insect and weed control, harvesting and storing of pulses.

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Black and Navy Bean Response to Row Spacing and Plant Population in Eastern North Dakota (A1921)

NDSU research trials evaluate potential yield increase of black and navy bean with higher plant populations and narrower rows compared to the traditionally recommended plant density in wide rows.

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Using Electrical Conductivity and Total Dissolved Solids Meters to Field Test Water Quality (WQ1923)

An electrical conductivity or total dissolved solids meter is a quick method to estimate total dissolved solids in water and determine water quality.

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Pinchin’ Pennie$ in the Kitchen: Hummus, Roasted Chickpeas and More! How to Use Chickpeas in Your Recipes (FN1739 Reviewed May 2019)

Pulse foods include chickpeas (or garbanzo beans), lentils and split peas. These inexpensive foods provide protein, complex carbohydrates, and several vitamins and minerals. Like other plant-based foods, they contain no cholesterol and little fat. They are an excellent source of fiber and folate, along with many other vitamins and minerals.

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