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Organic Management of Canada Thistle (W1860)
This publication is a description of management options and methods for Canada thistle.
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Fertilizing Flax SF717 (Revised)
Flax is an ancient crop. Evidence indicates it was cultivated in the Middle East as early as 7000 B.C. Ancient Egyptians cultivated flax extensively as a fiber crop for linen production, while other peoples utilized the seed for food as well as the fiber. Today, growers in Canada and the U.S. grow seed flax varieties.
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Fertilizing Sunflower - SF713
This revision is the results of 48 field trials from 2012-2015 studying the yield and oil response of sunflower to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer. The new recommendations include no phosphorus needed for sunflower and nitrogen rate based on region, tillage, soil test nitrate with a cap due to excessive lodging potential at high nitrogen rates.
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Swathing and Harvesting Canola - A1171
The timing of swathing canola is important for quality and yield. This publication provides information about the proper stage to swath canola and the effect of swathing time on yield, green seed and percent oil. A description is provided about how to set the swather and combine to optimize the yield and quality of canola.
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Fertilizing Malting and Feed Barley (SF723 (Revised)
The yield-based N rate formula has been terminated. These recommendations have been updated to reflect that yield and N rate are not related between environments. Also, N recommendations for western ND have been modified to incorporate the special requirements for achieving malting grade in that environment.
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Soil Fertility Considerations for Buckwheat in North Dakota SF724 (Revised)
Buckwheat is grown every year in North Dakota and is an important specialty crop grown for grain in conventional and organic farming systems. It's ability to cycle phosphorus from slowly available to more available forms is referred to in this update.
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Grain Drying - AE701
Grain drying, as used in this publication, refers to the removal of some of the moisture from grain by mechanically moving air through the grain after it has been harvested. Grain in the field dries naturally as the crop matures, giving up mois-ture to the air until the grain moisture is in equilibrium with the moisture in the air (equilibrium moisture content). Conditions become less favorable for grain to dry to moisture contents considered safe for storage as the harvest is delayed into late fall.
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North Dakota Dry Pea Performance Testing 2015 - A1469-15
The North Dakota Pea Variety Trial Results provide producers with data on Field Pea performance throughout the state and gives information about yield and other information needed for accurate selection of Dry Pea Varieties for agricultural production in ND.
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North Dakota Hard Red Spring Wheat and Variety Trial Results for 2015 and Selection Guide - A574-15
This publication summarizes data from variety trials conducted in the main research centers in North Dakota.
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Soybean Soil Fertility - SF1164
Soybean is unique in nutritional needs in the state compared to other crops. Inoculation, fertilizer application and iron deficiency chlorosis are explained.
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