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Why Feed Alfalfa In Beef Rations?

March 15, 2018

Alfalfa can supply all the protein and energy needed by most beef cow enterprises and nearly all vitamins and minerals.

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4 Things to Look for in your Alfalfa Crop in 2018

March 1, 2018

Alfalfa is a high-value crop that deserves to be diligently scouted and managed just like corn or soybeans. Here are some of the top things you’ll need to know to make your alfalfa everything it can be.

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Differences in White Mold Behavior on Soybeans in U.S. and Brazil Revealed in New Study

February 21, 2018

The fungus that causes white mold on soybeans and other crops behaves differently in the United States and Brazil.

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Moving Forward From Dicamba in 2017

February 19, 2018

Last year was a year full of disagreement and hostility between many.

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Why Precision Agriculture?

February 9, 2018

When precision agriculture comes into a conversation a few questions arise.

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New Soybean Disease Identification Resource for 2018

February 8, 2018

Soybean Diseases publication available from ISU Extension and Outreach.

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Wheat Production Declines in the Dakotas. Why?

February 2, 2018

Recent USDA data shows that during the past 3 years acres devoted to wheat production continue declining in both South Dakota and North Dakota.

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New Research Shows Increased Yield with Liming Treatments

January 31, 2018

When needed, liming materials can be major beneficial inputs for crop production.

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Drone Research Taking Off for Precision Ag

January 29, 2018

From traditional crop production to livestock, Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists from across the state provided updates on a multitude of unmanned aerial systems, or UAS, projects recently in College Station.

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Study Offers New Tools to Improve Strategies for Reducing Nutrient Runoff into Mississippi River

January 26, 2018

Every summer, the Gulf of Mexico is flooded with excess nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater treatment plants and farm fields along the Mississippi River basin.

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