SDSU Extension will host a winter wheat tour on June 26 at 11 AM CDT at Hand Farms near Hayes, SD.
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SDSU Extension will host small grain crop performance tour on June 25 at 5 PM CDT at Jorgensen Land and Cattle.
Land rolling soybeans has become a common management practice in many areas of South Dakota. The main reason for using a land roller on soybean fields is to push down rocks and level the soil surface for harvest, in theory reducing the amount of rocks and other debris that can potentially damage a combine header.
SDSU Extension is hosting an open house agronomy meeting on June 18 at 2 PM CDT at the Jerauld County Courthouse, Community Rm. (205 Wallace Ave. S., Wessington Springs, SD).
SDSU Extension is hosting an open house agronomy meeting on June 17 at 2 PM CDT at the Kimball Legion Hall (Main Street, Kimball, SD).
SDSU Extension is hosting an open house agronomy meeting on June 17 at 10 AM CDT at the Mitchell Technical Institute, Nordby Trades Center (1800 E. Spruce St., Mitchell, SD).
June 12, 2019
SDSU Extension is hosting open house agronomy meetings in eight South Dakota locations, to address the current state of farming due to excessive moisture.
The recently released 2017 Census of Agriculture data shows that South Dakota has experienced a considerable increase in acreage harvested of two major crops, corn and soybeans over the past decade.
June 04, 2019
For many South Dakota farmers, wet conditions have forced the need to change planting plans. In some cases, crops are being planted in areas that were not planned for that crop this year. One factor in the moving of crops that should not be overlooked is carryover, explained Paul Johnson, SDSU Extension Weed Science Coordinator.