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Latest NDSU Extension Publications

Lawn and Garden Soil

Evaluating, Preparing and Amending Lawn and Garden Soil - H1325

One of the biggest steps to establishing and growing turf, vegetables, ornamentals or flowers successfully is understanding the soil that provides their physical support and supplies them with water and nutrients.

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Irrigation Water Sample Analysis

Irrigation Water Sample Analysis AE-1360

Each soil series has been classified as irrigable, conditional or not irrigable. Compatibility classifications are based on slope, sodicity, salinity, permeability, restrictive subsoil layering or depth to bedrock.

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Ash Tree Identification

Ash Tree Indentification - F1633

Ash trees (in the genus Fraxinus) are susceptible to attack by the emerald ash borer (EAB), a non-native insect. The first step in determining if a tree has been infested with EAB is to make certain that it is an ash tree.

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Guide to Feedlot Terminology

Cattleman's Guide to Feedlot Terminology - AS1161

This publication is intended to familiarize cow-calf producers with the terminology that feedlot managers may use when discussing custom feeding and feedlots.

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Cow-calf Producer's Guide to Custom Feeding

A Cow-calf Producer's Guide to Custom Feeding - AS1162

This publication will discuss items that a cow-calf operator should consider before choosing a feedlot to custom feed cattle. Custom feeding refers to the practice of sending calves, stockers or yearlings to a commercial feed yard for feeding to slaughter weights. Custom feeding is not without risks. It should be viewed as a potential means to add value to your calf crop and/or evaluate the genetic merit of your cow herd.

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