Crop rotation, double cropping, global positioning systems and remote systems
Cultivar trials, variety protection and genetic information, individual variety descriptions.
Irrigation, drainage, crop progress and soil conditions
Nutrient management, manure management, nutrient deficiency symptoms
General guidelines, delayed seeding, replant decisions
Emergence and stand establishment, growth and development, weather and crop damage
Using pesticides, weed management, disease management, insect management
Small grains harvest, grain drying and storage, grain sampling and grading
Farm business management, grain marketing, risk management
Cultivar selection, best practices, risk management
- 10/31 Potassium Fertilizer Considerations for 2015
At times potassium (K) can be the forgotten element when determining appropriate rates of fertilizer to apply. Nitrogen and phosphorus typically are of main concern due to the potential ...
- 10/29 UPDATE - Cover Crops in a Corn/Soybean Rotation Field Day, November 13th
By Lizabeth Stahl, Extension Educator in Crops Interested in cover crops and soil health? Take advantage of the opportunity to hear from National Soil Health Spokesperson for the USDA- ...
- 10/22 Status of the brown marmorated stink bug in Minnesota
By Robert Koch (Extension Entomologist, U of MN), Theresa Cira (Graduate Student, U of MN), Eric Burkness (Scientist, U of MN), Bill Hutchison (Extension Entomologist, U of MN) and Mark ...
- 10/10 Storing, Drying, and Handling Wet Soybeans
By Lizabeth Stahl, Extension Educator - Crops Harvesting soybeans at a moisture content between 13 to 15% helps maximize weight while minimizing harvest losses. This harvest, however, soybean moisture ...
- 10/9 NDSU Offers Tips on Harvesting, Drying, and Storing Late Maturing and High Moisture Corn
Corn reaching maturity about October 1 will normally dry slowly in the field due to cooler ambient temperatures. Standing corn in the field may dry about 1.5 to 3 percentage ...