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Publication Soybean Gall Midge and White-mold Gall Midge in Soybean
This publication describes two species of gall midges that infest soybeans. Soybean gall midge is an invasive and economic insect pest of soybeans that occurs in five Midwestern states (Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota). It does not occur in North Dakota yet. The white-mold gall midge is native to North America and is not economic insect pest of soybeans. Larvae of the white-mold gall midge can be found feeding on Sclerotinia white mold disease in stems and pods. This publication describes how to scout and identify the two species based on their location on plants, field symptoms and plant injury symptoms. It also tells pest managers what to do if you find any suspect soybean gall midge in your soybean fields in North Dakota.
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Publication Octet Stream Common Athropod Pests of Soybeans in North Dakota
This publication describes the common arthropod pests of soybean in North Dakota. The following pests are included: foliage-feeding caterpillars (green cloverworm, painted lady butterfly), potato leafhoppers, soybean aphids, spider mites, armyworms, bean leaf beetles and cutworms. To help pest managers with proper identification, a brief description and photograph of the immature and adult life stages is provided for each pest.
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Publication Octet Stream Common Arthropod Pests of Corn in North Dakota
This publication describes the common arthropod pests of corn in North Dakota. The following pests are included: northern and western corn rootworms, cutworms, European corn borers, grasshoppers, corn aphids, seed corn maggots, spider mites and white grubs (June beetles). To help pest managers with proper identification, a brief description and photograph of the immature and adult life stages is provided for each pest.
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Publication Sunflower Production Guide
The sunflower production guide provides agricultural producers, consultants and others in the ag-industry with production information. There are sections about agronomy, insect, weed and disease management, harvesting, storage and marketing.
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Publication North Dakota Sunflower Variety Trial Results for 2020 and Selection Guide
The North Dakota Sunflower Hybrid Trial Results and Selection guide provide producers with data on sunflower performance throughout North Dakota and gives information about yield and other agronomic traits, for accurate selection of sunflower hybrids for agricultural production in North Dakota.
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Publication Troff document Canola Diseases: Clubroot
Importance, cause, signs and symptoms, disease cycle and management strategies for clubroot of canola
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Publication North Dakota Soybean Variety Trial Results for 2020 and Selection Guide
The North Dakota Soybean Variety Trial Results and Selection guide provide producers with data on soybean performance throughout North Dakota and gives information about yield and other agronomic traits, for accurate selection of dry bean varieties for agricultural production in North Dakota.
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Publication North Dakota Dry Bean Variety Trial Results for 2020 and Selection Guide
The North Dakota Dry Bean Variety Trial Results provide producers with data on dry bean performance throughout the state and northern Minnesota and gives information about yield and other agronomic traits, for accurate selection of dry bean varieties for agricultural production in North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.
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Publication Troff document Canola Diseases: Sclerotinia Stem Rot
Information regarding the cause, symptoms and signs and management of the economically important disease of canola, Sclerotinia stem rot (white mold).
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Publication Troff document Bacterial Leaf Streak and Black Chaff of Wheat
Provides general disease and management information on bacterial leaf streak of wheat. This foliar disease has increased in prevalence over the past five years resulting in yield loss.
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