Most of North Dakota is experiencing a severe drought. NDSU Agriculture has assembled important resources for dealing with the drought. Access them now. 

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Center Points

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Center Points is a weekly newsletter produced by the Carrington Research Extension Center.

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A screen capture the data search in ArcGIS Online.

Using Web-based Mapping to Manage CREC Trials

A description of the process used at the Carrington REC to manage crop data using internet-based mapping.

Oakes Irrigation Site Field Day

Irrigation management while in a drought, white mold in soybeans and new potato varieties are some of the main topics that will be covered d...
Aerial view of the Carrington REC. Several buildings are surrounded by lines of tall trees. Green fields of drops are visible beyond the trees

CREC Field Day: Research for the Land and Its People (7/19/21)

The Carrington REC will host its annual Field Day on July 20, 2021.

Manure Composting Workshop

North Dakota State University Extension, in conjunction with the University of Minnesota Extension, is hosting two in-person manure composti...
red tractor in field with cover crops

Cover Crop Considerations for Dry Conditions

Cover crops can offer a number of benefits to a cropping system including increased biodiversity, crop/livestock integration, erosion control, or water management.
A large pile of corn silage beside a yellow, metal building. A stack of round hay bales and a line of large trees are visible on the other side of the pile.

Searching for Feeds During Drought

Suggestions for alternative feed sources during drought conditions.