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2018 Wheat Midge Forecast Lowest on Record

Soil samples in North Dakota indicate low levels of overwintering wheat midge larvae (cocoons) for the 2018 season, according to Janet Knodel, North Dakota State University Extension Service...

 

Feed Like A Champion

On Feb. 18, R&J Ag Supply of Sidney held their second annual Feed Like A Champion seminar for area 4H and FFA members raising show and market animals. The multi-species workshop featured...

 

National Award Goes To MSU Scientist Fighting Weeds

A Montana State University scientist who is striving to overcome a widespread problem for U.S. farmers – herbicide-resistant weeds – has won a national award for his achievements so far. Prashant...

 

Spotlight on Economics: Procuring an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Not for the Faint of Heart

“I sure hope I get a drone for Christmas,” my son said as though he simply was making an observation. After many years of motherhood, I am quite skilled at ignoring statements made to no one in particular; and this was my strategy. We have...

 

Keep Stored Grain Cool During Spring and Summer

Keeping stored grain cool is important as outdoor temperatures fluctuate and eventually start to warm this spring, a North Dakota State University Extension Service grain storage expert advises. "Not...

 

John Nowatzki and Dr. Dave Franzen to Speak at 65th Annual Hard Spring Wheat Show

At the 65th Annual Hard Spring Wheat Show on Wednesday, February 7th, Dr. Dave Franzen and John Nowatzki will be speaking. Nowatzi will be speaking at 11:00 am CST and Franzen will be speaking at 2:45...

 

Increasing Potential Yield of Wheat

Joel Ransom, Extension Agronomist Professor at North Dakota State University, will be speaking on the topic, "Moving the Yield Potential of Wheat Upward: What We Learned in 2017" at the 65th Annual...

 

Peterson Farm Brothers to Attend 65th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show

On Wednesday, February 7th, an agricultural advocating and musical group of three brothers will be coming to Williston! The event will take place at the Williston Grand Hotel from at 6:00 pm CST to...

 

Update on Sawfly and Midge

Dr. Janet J. Knodel NDSU Extension Entomologist Janet J. Knodel received her B.S. in Zoology and Ph.D. in Entomology from North Dakota State University in Fargo and her M.S. in Entomology from...

 

FAQ About Fusarium Head Blight & Don

Dr. Andrew Friskop NDSU Extension Plant Pathologist Dr. Andrew Friskop is an Extension plant pathologist responsible for the management of cereal diseases in North Dakota. He is a native of North...

 

Marketing wheat, durum and barley opportunities and challenges in 2018

Dr. Frayne Olsen, NDSU Extension Economist Dr. Frayne Olson is the Crop Economist/Marketing Specialist with the North Dakota State University Extension Service and Director of the Quentin Burdick...

 

Transitioning to Precision Agriculture Using Yield Maps

John Nowatzki NDSU Agricultural Machine Systems Specialist John's responsibilities include developing and teaching educational programs related to agriculture machinery selection and operation,...

 

Impact of Wheat Herbicide residues on fall-seeded cover crops

Greg Endres, Area Specialist, Cropping Systems Greg Endres is the CREC area specialist and cropping systems. Greg is a native of Minnesota. He received his Bachelor of Science and Master's degrees in...

 

Hands-on Demonstration Identifying troublesome weeds

Ryan Buetow, Area Extension Cropping Systems Specialists Ryan Buetow is the area extension cropping systems specialist at the Dickinson Research Extension Center. Buetow attended North Dakota State...

 

JB Angus Continues a Tradition of Quality Beef Production

The Kubas family has been farming and ranching in the area for 5 generations. In 2013 Bobby and Erika Kubas took over Tuhy Angus and established JB Angus. Their primary focus is raising seed stock for commercial cattlemen. The registered cows...

 

DON Testing and Impacts of High DON on Seeding establishment

Dr. Audrey Kalil, Plant Pathologist Audrey is the Plant Pathologist at the NDSU Williston Research Extension Center. She leads both basic and applied research programs focused on management of plant...

 

Nitrogen Fertilization Following a drought and what does the clay chemistry map mean for me?

Dr. Dave Franzen, Extension Soil Specialist Dr. Dave Franzen received his BS, MS and PhD from the University of Illinois, Urbana, IL. He spent 18 years as an agronomist and manager in the retail...

 

Moving the yield potential of wheat upward: what we learned in 2017

Dr. Joel Ransom, NDSU Extension Agronomist Dr. Ransom works to develop educational programs for farmers and conduct applied agronomic research that address production issues in corn, wheat, barley...

 

Weeds are changing, so should your approach to control them

Dr. Clair Keene NDSU Area Cropping Systems Specialist Dr. Clair Keene is the Area Extension Specialist in Cropping Systems at the Williston Research Extension Center in Williston, North Dakota. Clair...

 

Weather Outlook for the 2018 Growing Season

Dr. Adnan Akyüz, North Dakota State Climatologist Dr. Adnan Akyüz is the North Dakota State Climatologist and professor of climatological practice in North Dakota State University, Fargo, North...

 

Understanding Grain Aeration: Best Practices for Grain Storage

Dr. Ron Palmer, former University of Regina Faculty Dr. Ron Palmer was born on a small farm near Southey, Saskatchewan. He graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from the University of...

 

Performance on the Prairie

Gibbs Angus Ranch and Stortz Angus Ranch will be selling 120 yearling Angus bulls at Glendive Livestock Exchange in Glendive, MT on Wednesday, February 28th. For the past 14 years, the Gibbs and Stortz families have sold bulls together and both...

 

Jerry Carrol to Perform at 2018 MonDak Ag Days

The Richland County Extension Office is hosting MonDak Ag Days, and along with it, the Ag Days Banquet, on March 1 at 6PM, with a social beginning at 5PM. Extension Agent, Tim Fine, spoke to the Round...

 

18th Annual MonDak Pulse Day Scheduled for February 13th

This year, the 18th Annual MonDak Pulse Day will take place at the Elks Club in Wolf Point, MT on Tuesday, February 13th. The MonDak Pulse Day is a local area program that provides the latest information on the production, marketing, and utilization...

 

2018 Western Crop and Pest Management School Set in Williston

Farmers, crop scouts, agronomists and other agricultural professionals will have an opportunity to enhance their pest identification and management skills at the North Dakota State University...

 

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