Discipline days give producers and others a possibility to study in regards to the newest analysis, methods and applied sciences in crop and livestock manufacturing, in addition to different subjects, equivalent to northern-hardy fruits and berries, and weed, pest and illness management.
The dates, places, subjects for this 12 months’s discipline days and contacts for extra info are as follows:
July 13: Hettinger Analysis Extension Heart, 5-7 p.m. Mountain time, adopted by supper. Matters will embrace weed points and management, small-grain illnesses and varieties, hemp and different rising markets. Contact John Rickertsen, 701-567-4323, firstname.lastname@example.org, for extra info.
July 14: Dickinson Analysis Extension Heart, 8 a.m. Mountain time. Matters will embrace agronomy and soil initiatives, present and rising markets, soil sampling, mix cleanout, resistance and problems with concern in broadleaf crops, organic benchmark testing and extra. Contact Ryan Buetow, 701-456-1100, email@example.com, for extra info.
July 14-15: Williston Analysis Extension Heart. July 14 is the dryland tour, from 3-7 p.m., with a ribbon chopping for a seed cleansing facility at 7 p.m. Matters embrace root rot in peas, weeds, soils, livestock, utilizing drones in selection choice, soybean analysis and varieties replace. July 15 is the irrigated tour at Nesson Analysis and Growth Farm, 23 miles east of Williston on North Dakota Freeway 1804, from 9 a.m. to midday. Matters there embrace irrigated canola administration, soybean planting and varieties, soybean irrigation, irrigated cowl crop mixes and basis seed enhance. Contact Violeta Hobbs, 701-774-4315, firstname.lastname@example.org, for extra info.
July 19: Agronomy Seed Farm Casselton, 5 p.m. Matters will embrace soybean varieties and analysis, soil loss, new soybean fertility suggestions and salinity, small-grain illness points, broadleaf crop illness replace, soybean cyst nematodes, unmanned plane methods to plant cowl crop seeds, onerous pink spring wheat and bug pest updates, and soybean gall midge. Contact Brian Otteson, 701-347-4743, email@example.com, for extra info.
July 20: Carrington Analysis Extension Heart, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Beef manufacturing tour begins at 9:30 a.m. Matters embrace drought and dry lot, whether or not to promote cows in a drought, early weaning, feeding various grains, Dakota Feeder Calf Present replace, managing manure throughout drought, feed rules, various and cheaper feeds for cattle, annual forages for grazing or feeding a cow herd and keys to establishing grass on saline soils. Contact Karl Hoppe, 701-652-2951, firstname.lastname@example.org, for extra info.
Agronomy excursions go from 9:30 a.m. to midday and 1:15 p.m. to three:30 p.m. Matters embrace spring wheat manufacturing, corn standing and late-season manufacturing suggestions, updates on soybeans, dry beans, canola and flax, analysis on canola plant vitamin, dry bean manufacturing and fungicide spray droplet measurement for white mildew suppression, analysis on unmanned aerial autos and pesticide software with UAV and robotic rock choosing, noxious weed replace, low pH soil administration, dry bean white mildew illness and pulse crop illness administration. Contact Greg Endres, 701-652-2951, email@example.com, for extra info.
Natural/sustainable agriculture tour runs from 9:30 a.m. to midday. Matters embrace NDSU pulse breeding and natural analysis, nitrogen-fixing corn, historic grains, buckwheat, weed administration in natural manufacturing, wheat and flax intercropping. Contact: Steve Zwinger, 701-652-2951, firstname.lastname@example.org, for extra info.
Northern hardy fruit evaluate lasts from 9:30 a.m. to midday. Matters embrace orchard tour of aronia, Juneberry, currants, haskaps, honeyberry, grapes, cherries, plums, pears and apples. Contact Kathy Wiederholt, 701-652-2951, email@example.com, for extra info.
July 21: North Central Analysis Extension Heart, Minot, 8:30 a.m.-noon. Ribbon chopping and dedication ceremony for brand spanking new seed conditioning facility might be held, with lunch at midday. Matters embrace pest clinic, weed management, pulse crops breeding, acid soil administration, canola/flea beetle, early season crop demo, and Terra Clear (drone rock choosing) demo. Contact Shana Forster, 701-857-7679, firstname.lastname@example.org, for extra info.
July 22: Langdon Analysis Extension Heart, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Matters embrace planting appropriate covers on saline and sodic areas, breeding reviews on soybeans, onerous pink spring wheat and peas, small-grain illness updates, canola, bugs, soybean and dry bean row spacing and inhabitants, and weed replace for crops in northeastern North Dakota. Contact: Randy Mehlhoff, 701-256-2582, email@example.com, for extra info.
July 27: Central Grasslands Analysis Extension Heart, Streeter. Livestock, forages and canopy crop tour 10 a.m. to midday. Matters embrace cereal forage, warm-season forage and corn silage varietal trials, oat selection trial for hay, cowl crop and winter cereal grazing and haying examine, placing weight on cows by winter grazing crop residues for lower than 15 cents per day, enhancing forage manufacturing and grazing effectivity utilizing rotational grazing, and fetal programming of beef cattle, with lunch at midday.
Pollinator, monarch butterfly and chicken analysis tour 1-3 p.m. Matters embrace impacts of patch burn grazing on pollinator habitat, upland chicken habitat, rangeland plant communities invaded with Kentucky bluegrass, monarch butterfly recruitment and habitat, and forage high quality and mineral standing, impacts of Kentucky bluegrass thatch layer on the plant neighborhood and drought administration and grazing administration methods to create drought resiliency. Contact Kevin Sedivec, 701-799-4689, firstname.lastname@example.org, for extra info.