North Dakota State University (NDSU) has released the first two Crop and Pest Reports of the season.

The first edition features:

  • Soil Insect Pests Active
  • Way Too Early Prediction for Wheat Disease in North Dakota
  • The 2024 Soybean Disease Outlook for North Dakota
  • 2023 National Screening of Commercially Available Biological Seed Treatment for Soybean
  • Small Grain Planting Dates and Imbibitional Chilling Injury in Corn
  • Urea on Top
  • Biologicals
  • New Genetic Tests Provide Rapid Confirmation of Herbicide-Resistant Kochia and Pigweeds
  • Kochia Control IN Sugarbeet
  • Spin-aid 24(c) Local Needs Label for Kochia, Common Lambsquarters, and Common Ragweed Control in Sugarbeet
  • Ultra Blazer Section 18 Emergency Exemption for Waterhemp Control in Sugarbeet
  • Around the State
  • Northeast ND
  • Northwest ND
  • The May 9 to May 15, 2024 Weather Summary and Outlook

The second edition features:

  • Alfalfa Weevil Scouting
  • Canola Flea Beetle Emerging
  • European Corn borer Inside Corn Stalks
  • White Butterflies Flying
  • Predictive Model Tools in Agriculture: Spotlight on Sporecaster
  • Potato Bacterial Rot
  • Winter Rye, the Harvest Window for Quality Forage is Small
  • Around the State
  • Northeast ND
  • Northwest ND
  • Southwest ND
  • The May 16 to May 22, 2024 Weather Summary and Outlook

Read the full report here.

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