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Fall Care and Clean-up of the Garden and Landscape

Fall Care and Clean-up of the Garden and Landscape - H1033

With the arrival of autumn colors comes the time to get the outside garden and landscape chores wrapped. This publication can be used to avoid getting caught unprepared, by planning tasks just ahead of nature's time-table.

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Dry Out Before Rebuilding

Dry Out Before Rebuilding - DE1583

Wood submerged in water will absorb a large amount of water. Rebuilding too quickly after a flood can cause continuing problems such as mold growth, insect infestations and deterioration of the wood and wall coverings.

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A Visual Scale to Estimate Severity of Fusarium Head Blight in Wheat

A Visual Scale to Estimate Severity of Fusarium Head Blight in Wheat - PP1095

Since 1993, Fusarium Head Blight or Scab of wheat has been a serious problem in the northern plains states. Agronomists and pathologists often have estimated severity of the disease under fi eld conditions. Several rating systems and scales have been used by different workers, leading to some confusion.

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Bacterial Leaf Streak and Black Chaff of Wheat

Bacterial Leaf Streak and Black Chaff of Wheat - PP1566

Bacterial leaf streak has been observed frequently in recent years in North Dakota and in the neighboring states of Minnesota and South Dakota. This 4-colored publication describes the symptoms and comparison to other common wheat diseases in ND and management of BLS and Black Chaff.

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Inclusion of Pea Chips in Diets Fed to Swine

Inclusion of Pea Chips in Diets Fed to Swine - AS1571

Pea “chips” are a byproduct of the pea-processing industry that have been utilized in livestock rations. When peas are processed for production of split peas, a certain portion are crushed, which results in pea chips. Pea chips are a good alternative feed source due to their considerable amount of crude protein. That makes them a good replacement for soybean meal, which is the highest-priced ingredient in swine rations. Several experiments investigating the effects of the inclusion of pea chips in diets fed to swine have been conducted. The results of the various experiments indicate that pigs tolerate pea chips and the inclusion of pea chips in a diet has minimal negative effect on performance, carcass quality and the palatability of pork.

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