Irrigating Multiple Crops with Center Pivots

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Thanks to center pivot irrigation, these Brazilian farmers have been able to greatly diversify their operation.

Penetrating Soil’s Surface with Radar

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Ground-penetrating radar isn’t something from the latest sci-fi movie. It’s actually a tool used by soil scientists to measure the amount of moisture in soil quickly and easily.

New Product: 2Fuels Dual Fuel Engines

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The 2Fuels dual fuel system technology allows producers to bring diesel engines into compliance with ever-increasing emissions standards without purchasing new equipment.

Sidney Harvest Muddy, but Looking Good

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The Yellowstone River Valley is home to about 110 growers who are part of Sidney Sugars.

Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo

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Oct. 20-23 in Washington, D.C.

Idaho Beet Crop Looks Promising

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The outlook for the sugarbeet harvest in the Upper Snake River Valley that recently got started is better than last year, according to sugar company officials.

N.D. Beet Crop Projected to be Down

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North Dakota corn and sugarbeet production is expected to be down slightly this year, while the soybean crop is forecast to be up just a bit.

Precision Ag a Focus of Innovation Execs

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The race is on for technologies that can lower initial costs and prove strong return on investment for the future of food, health, and wellness, with opportunities including precision agriculture, the microbiome, and alternative proteins.

Amalgamated Factories Prep for High Harvest Expectations

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Early harvest for Idaho sugarbeets is officially in full swing, with the process starting on Sept. 4 in the Magic Valley and Upper Snake River regions and, on Oct. 1, in the Treasure Valley.

Fact Sheets Help Growers Understand Cover Crops

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Considering cover crops this winter? A fact sheet series from the University of Agriculture Division of Agriculture is now available online.

New: Huma Gro App

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The Huma Gro app for iOS smart phones has been released and is available for free at the Apple App Store.

Rain, Snow Delay Minnesota Harvest

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October rains had stalled farmers in the Red River Valley trying to get their crops off the field, and this week's early snowstorm has pushed the finish line back even further.

Irrigation Foundation Scholarship Program Opens

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The scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $2,500, are awarded based on the candidate’s letter of intent, financial need, resume, list of irrigation courses and letters of reference.

Boxing Up Field Nitrogen

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Is a simple box and pipe system a solution for farms?