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The SDSU, NDSU, and University of Minnesota Extension services will be hosting another series of drainage design and water management workshops in 2014.
Registration is now available at the link provided below, with four 2-day workshops to choose from (see list below). The early registration price is $225, and each workshop is
Making seed selections for the next growing season can be challenging. Sorting through new varieties and traits can seem like a daunting task with how fast the choices can change. Narrow the focus of products to what is required for each field to make things easier. Previous crop, soil type, past disease issues, planting population, row
Lately, a common question has been raised - Is it too late to spray a fall-applied residual herbicide ahead of soybeans (or corn for that matter)? The answer is that now is still a PERFECT TIME to spray, if you can. The ideal soil temperatures to spray fall residuals are below 50 F and anything above frozen. Colder soil temperatures like
In an effort to help South Dakota ranchers that suffered tremendous loss of livestock during the October 4-7 blizzard and at the request of Wheat Growers customers that wanted to contribute a portion of their harvest to those that suffered livestock loss, Wheat Growers is supporting the South Dakota [MORE]
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Director of Agronomy Technical Services