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Maximize Hay Production

To maximize hay production, Edd’s recommends applying 200 pounds per acre of 3-10-30 liquid fertilizer after every cutting. Add micronutrients boron and sulfur to the first application to increase plant height and budding. Insecticide may also be added with every application to control potato leafhoppers and other pests. After the last cutting of alfalfa is taken off, apply 200 pounds per acre of dry potash (0-0-60) to winterize the field. Maintain a pH of 6.7 or higher for optimal yield.

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Many Factors Influence Corn Test Weight

12/6/2019

Poor growing and harvesting conditions this year have North Dakota producers concerned about the test weight of their corn. “Many factors influence the measured test weight of corn, including the physical characteristics of the kernel such as size, density, shape and surface of the kernel,” says Ken Hellevang, North Dakota State University Extension agricultural engineer. […]

Yield Updating Decisions Under the 2018 Farm Bill

12/4/2019

Landowners will have a one-time yield updating decision under the 2018 Farm Bill: 1) keep the current Price Loss Coverage (PLC) yield that is assigned to a crop on a Farm Service Agency (FSA) farm or 2) update based on farm yields from 2013 to 2017. This decision can be made for each program crop […]

Corn Demand Showing Some Recovery

12/3/2019

After a dismal performance in September and October, corn demand showed signs of life in November.  Ethanol production and export sales picked up the pace over the last few weeks.  Expanded placements and higher weights in the livestock sector point toward the potential for an uptrend in feed demand.  Corn use appears set to maintain […]

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