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Long-term Cropping Study Over in Carrington, the North Dakota State University Carrington Research Extension Center has just released its results of a cropping systems study that started in 1987. The...

 

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Timely Topics North Dakota State University Yard and Garden Report is a publication that comes out weekly during the summer months. The most recent report came out on October 12th, with some good...

 

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What is BQA? Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) is a producer driven program in which cattle producers assume responsibility for producing beef that is a healthy, wholesome, quality product and free from...

 

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Recap on the 2016 Disease Survey This summer the Williston Research Extension Center started a scouting program with support from the Northern Pulse Growers Association (NPGA). The support by the...

 

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Fall Harvest and Yard Chores Fall is officially here, and the leaves are starting to change color as well. With some trees starting to turn their fall color, that also means it’s time to clean up...

 

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Livestock producers must become familiar with a new directive regulating certain medications that can be added to the animals’ feed, according to Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University...

 

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DON, commonly referred to as vomitoxin, is back in the fields this year. It has been two years since DON was wide spread through the region. It affects wheat and barley grain infected by Fusarium...

 

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Getting the most out of your Garden Gardens throughout the area are starting to ripen and produce many fruits and vegetables. But along with growing plants, can be growing causes for diseases. There...

 

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Cyanobacterial Poisoning in Livestock Toxic Cyanobacterial blooms, blue-green algae, occur because of favorable conditions in stagnant waters. Those conditions include hot, sunny days and warm,...

 

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Harvest Safety With harvest upon us, whether you farm or not, please remember to be careful. Whether it is a semitruck, tractor, combine or any other piece of farm equipment, it is slower to stop...

 

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If you love gardening and sharing your knowledge with others, consider becoming a North Dakota Master Gardener volunteer in collaboration with the North Dakota State University Extension Service....

 

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Last week I talked about a fungus called Fusarium Head Blights, also known as scab. But along with scab, another problem that is showing up in Williams County and surrounding areas is wheat midge....

 

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Rain and Warm Weather With the rain and sunshine come many benefits, lush green lawns and potential high yields. But along with good there is always some bad such as mowing your lawn every few days...

 

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Mondak Ag Showcase July 14-15 the Williston Research Extension Center will be hosting their annual field days. On Thursday July 14th starting at 8:30a.m. CT, the day will begin with the dryland tour....

 

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The Mondak Ag Showcase is July 14-15 when the Williston Research Extension Center will be hosting their annual field days. On Thursday July 14, starting at 8:30 a.m., the dryland tour will start....

 

4-H Keeps Busy During County Fair

The Upper Missouri Valley Fair is held in Williston on June 22-26. There are a lot of wonderful events going on for everyone every day of the fair. The Williams County 4-H members have been working...

 

Debunking The Epsom Salt Myth

Gardening is an opportunity to grow fresh produce in your back yard, which is a real treat during the summer. Over the years, gardeners have little tips and tricks that will help them get the biggest...

 

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Having a lush, weed free lawn is something that most people love to have. Many people are seeing an abundance of weeds in their yards, here are some ways to get rid of those weeds. But before jumping...

 

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Seeding coming to an end for many farmers in northwest North Dakota, but in six weeks you should go back into the fields. Crop scouting is an important activity that farmers and agronomist should do...

 

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North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says farmers, ranchers, pesticide dealers and applicators, government agencies and homeowners should bring any unusable pesticides to any of the...

 

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Windbreaks play an important role in North Dakota, but they help with more than just the wind. Recently North Dakota has been receiving well-needed moisture, but imagine if we hadn’t received any...

 

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North Dakota State University Extension Service puts out weekly reports called the Crop & Pest report. These reports start in May and go through early fall, which highlights all of the times where...

 
 By Danielle Steinhoff    News    May 4, 2016

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With the warmer weather in the forecast, many ranchers want to put their cattle out to the start of lush green pastures. But it is just the start, deciding when to start grazing can drastically...

 

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Tick season is underway here in North Dakota. There are three species of ticks that can be found: American dog tick, Rocky Mountain wood tick and winter tick, American dog tick is the most common. Wit...

 

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Last week I had talked about Square Foot Gardening, which is a big trend right now, but there is another type of gardening that is very beneficial to butterflies; butterfly gardens. North Dakota...

 

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