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April 2019




 

 



 
 



 

 

 
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Tips for growing high yield/high quality wheat



The impact of flooding on weed seed movement




 
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Nutrition expert:  High quality protein helps to build strength


Summer vaccination needs for SD horses

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Considerations on bringing next generation into the business



April outlook forecast warmer but wetter than average


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Centerville area farmer uses no-till to build soil structure



Check soil nutrient levels after flood waters recede





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Soybean fungicide performance trials and tips to avoid resistance


Meetings on foreign animal disease preparedness set

 
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Top chefs work to create new uses for wheat on the menu


Extension resources can aid in feed sourcing and evaluation


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 SD Beef promotions return to Sanford PGA Tournament


Major winter blast to hit most of SD mid to late week

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 Tips for spring planting in soils which are wetter than desired



Specialist looks to the pros & cons of creep feeding
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Nominations now being sought for 2019 SD Ag Ambassador



Considerations for fungicide seed treatments in 2019


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Manage soybean diseases with genetic resistance in seed



Tips for managing alfalfa fields after flood waters recede

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SD wheat farmers partner with Culinary Academy of SD




Tips for dealing with field ruts prior to planting


 
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Beef checkoff supports research on beef quality and safety


Active weather pattern to remain through end of April
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 Multi-species grazing offers options in range management




African swine fever threat explained at upcoming meetings

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 Economic development is critical for future of Rural America 




New pest of soybeans warrants study in 2019 growing year
 
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On-farm research program aids grower decisions

 


Planting window looks drier heading into May
 

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Spring wheat planting is possible through early May



Disaster assistance may be available for storm losses


 

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2019 applications open for Build Your Base with Beef program


Planting considerations for late spring
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NRCS mentoring network can aid in transition to no-till



Bulls need breeding soundness exam before turn-out

 
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Fast fact sheet available for disaster relief programs



Tips for stored grain management going into spring/summer
 
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Seed treatments prove beneficial for soybeans in cool soils


Research seeking next generational precision sow feeding
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 SD Wheat Variety Survey seeks to track seed preferences



Late planting deadline reminder for crop insurance




 
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Spring planting hit-or-miss across central South Dakota


Frequent moisture to keep spring planting slow



 


 

 


 




 

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