As with most crops, dryland dry bean production in commercial fields and research trials was a challenge this season. At the Carrington Research Extension Center (CREC), our dryland variety trial was dropped due to highly variable plant development among and within plots.
The orchard has received rain!! I can’t tell you how much of a relief this is after a loooong summer of moving the water tank early in the morning and late at night to various locations in the orchard.
While harvest is still in full swing, it is never too early to start compiling year-end financial and production information to prepare for 2022. It seems that every year goes by faster and getting important financial records organized is often left to the last minute.
Greg Klinger and Anne Struffert, University of Minnesota
As farmers begin to make their decisions on fertilizer management for next spring, considerations for fall application of nitrogen (N) fertilizer should be weighed against the fact that yields are likely to be greater from spring N application than fall application.
Suggestions for alternative feed sources during drought conditions.
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