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PRAIRIE GRAINS MAGAZINE

FEATUREDISSUE 177, AUGUST 2020

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CONTENTS

4 Taming the Bulls and Bears
5 NDGGA Remains Busy from Bismarck to Washington
6 A Commitment to Reliability in a Time of Uncertainty
7 Working Through COVID-19: NAWG Continues to be a Strong Voice for Wheat Farmers
8 Home Baking Influence on Wheat Industry Yet To Be Determined
11 MN Soybean Growers Association VP Elected chair of Ag Innovation Campus
12 When It Rains, It Pours… How Heavy Rainfall can Lead to Nutrient Loss
15 Wheat Market Outlook – Full Impact of COVID-19 Still Unclear
16 September Marketing Seminar Going Virtual
20 2020 MN Spring Wheat Survey Results
23 Introducing UMN Extension’s Newest Program: Digital Crop Doc
24 Ag Community Showing Resilience In Face of COVID
27 USW Welcomes Commitment to Continue Export Grain Inspections
28 Destinations of U.S. Agricultural Exports have Shifted over Last Quarter Century
30 Preparing for Fall Harvest; Grain-bin Safety
31 USDA Awards 2Blades Foundation $650,000 to Study Wild Emmer Wheat for Rust Disease Resistance

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