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September 8, 2014
Weather could dampen harvest momentum
A beautiful weekend marked by high temperatures got southwest North Dakota's wheat harvest rolling, farmers said Monday. But, the momentum likely won't last long as frost-producing temperatures and rain in the forecast for the next three days look to slow the already-late production...
news / agriculture
September 8, 2014 - 7:58pm
October 4, 2013
Mother Nature comes through for canola
Nearly ideal growing conditions this summer and fall led to a bumper canola harvest, North Dakota farmers and agriculture officials said. "Mother Nature couldn't have written a better script," said Ron Beneda, extension agent in Cavalier County, a key canola-growing area sometimes...
October 4, 2013 - 12:00am
August 23, 2013
Experts: So far, so good for canola, durum harvest
Although southwest North Dakota's grain harvest is behind where it was in 2012, experts are calling this year's crop a success to date. "What we're seeing is a lot of crop that's ready right now," said Scranton Equity Grain Division Manager Mike Wedwick. "With a better, warmer, dryer...
August 23, 2013 - 12:00am
August 6, 2013
ND canola crop looks good, but prices are dropping
GRAND FORKS -- Mid-summer heat hurt North Dakota's canola a year ago. But this year's crop seems to have weathered July just fine. "We're very pleased with the condition of the crop," said Barry Coleman, executive director of the Northern Plains Canola Growers Association in Bismarck. North...
agriculture / news
August 6, 2013 - 12:00am
May 30, 2013
North Dakota's planting plans wash out
GRAND FORKS -- The wet, late spring has wiped out any chance of Cavalier County shattering its corn acreage this year. "We had 5,000 acres of...
news / north dakota
May 30, 2013 - 12:00am
August 1, 2012
150 acres of wheat lost in fire near Mott; fire crews across southwest ND busy responding
Dry conditions have led to a number of blazes in the region in the past few weeks and much of southwestern North Dakota was under Red Flag warnings Tuesday.
agriculture / local / news
August 1, 2012 - 12:00am
June 29, 2012
Little yellow flower
"Is that what they call that little yellow flower?" Yes, canola is what the novice often calls the "little yellow flower" populating fields in the area this time of year. Canola growers, like Jon Wert, who farms 2,600 acres of canola on his land east of New England in Hettinger...
June 29, 2012 - 12:00am
July 15, 2011
Southwest ND counties expecting more canola; crop may be number one in the nation
Like most crops in North Dakota, excess moisture has kept some seeds out of the canola fields. Despite fewer acres, officials are saying canola should be strong enough for good returns and keep North Dakota as the number one canola producer in the U.S. In 2010, North Dakota produced...
agriculture / news / north dakota
July 15, 2011 - 12:00am