Report 1 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, the North Central Research Center director. We discuss the 2019 weed of the year, stinkgrass. Shana also shares some control options for this weed.

Report 2 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, the North Central Research Center director. NDSU has recently come out with an updated canola production guide. Shana gives us some details. She also shares some other considerations for canola growers.

Report 3 - Our guest is soy health specialist, Chris Augustin, with the North Central Research Center. We talk soil testing. Chris explains why he encourages producers to do this. He also explains what we should actually test for each year.

Report 4 - Our guest is soy health specialist, Chris Augustin, with the North Central Research Center. We talk soy nitrogen in this report. Chris tells us what depths we should be testing. He also explains nitrogen credit.

Report 5 - Our guest is soy health specialist Chris Augustin, with the North Central Research Center. We talk micronutrients in this report. Chris starts by defining them. He also tells us the benefits of chloride and other micronutrients.

Report 6 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the North Central Research Center Director/Agronomist. Shana discusses the benefits of certified seed.

Report 7 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, the North Central Research Center Director/Agronomist. Enhancing pea has become a bigger benefit recently for growers. Shana tells us why it helps in marketing. She also tells us more about why you should care about pea protein.

Report 8 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, the North Central Research Center Director/Agronomist. In this report, we are talking noxious weeds. Shana tells us about the two new noxious weeds on the North Dakota Noxious Weeds List.

Report 9 - Our guest is crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska, from the NDSU North Central Research Center. We discuss wheat midge in this report. TJ tells us about the insect and a forecast recently sent out regarding wheat midge.

Report 10 - Our guest is crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska, from the NDSU North Central Research Center. We discuss the canola flea beetle in this report. TJ tells us more about the insect. He also discusses what they found out from a recent survey regarding this insect.

Report 11 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. The NDSU crop and pest report is due out soon and Shana tells us how growers can get access. She also talks about the type of information that is available in the report for growers.

Report 12 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. Some farmers are in the field already. In this report, Shana talks on the subjects of soil temperature and seed germination and how they interact.

Report 13 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. She tells us about weed control ideas and pre-emergent herbicide suggestions.

Report 14 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. We cover late planted corn. Given current conditions, there'll be plenty of that across the region. Shana also tells us about a grape pruning workshop coming up at the North Central Research Center.

Report 15 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. We're talking some threatening weeds in this report. A couple that growers need to keep an eye out for. Shana explains. She also discusses further management techniques in helping control these weeds.

Report 16 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. We discuss delayed fertilizer options in this report. Shana also discusses a grape pruning workshop inching closer on the calendar.

Report 17 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. With seed in the ground, it's time to contemplate the next step. Fungicides. Shana talks about considerations and options.

Report 18 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director and agronomist with the North Central Research Center. NDSU recently did a soybean growers survey. Shana tells us what they found out. She also talks about an updated resource for soybean producers that is now available.

Report 19 - Our guest is NDSU crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska from the North Central Research Center. TJ tells us about a big workshop coming up soon discussing bugs.

Report 20 - Our guest is NDSU crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska from the North Central Research Center. We talk beneficial insects in this report as TJ tells us about the lace wing. He also discusses the lady bug.

Report 21 - Our guest is NDSU crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska from the North Central Research Center. We continue our theme from last week on good insects. This week TJ tells us about the pirate bug. He also tells us about an upcoming workshop regarding the topic.

Report 22 - Our guest is North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. This week she talks about the prevent plant with some acres still to be put in. Shana gives us suggestions and different tools to utilize.

Report 23 - Our guest is NDSU crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska from the North Central Research Center. We're talking pollinators in this report. TJ tells us more about the bumblebee. He also discusses the different species of the bumblebee.

Report 24 - Our guest is North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. Crops are emerging and scouting needs to happen soon. Shana also discusses some specifics for disease forecasting concerning canola.

Report 25 - Our guest is North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. It's spraying season and Shana gives us some advice regarding application. She also gives advice on tools to monitor temperature inversions.

Report 26 - Our guest is North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. Continuing with spraying content, Shana gives us advice on spraying field peas. She also discusses other chemical options pea producers have.

Report 27 - Our guest is North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. This report is on crop water use. Shana tells us this varies across the region. She also suggests a resource available to producers.

Report 28 - Our guest is North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. Growers are right in the middle of spraying season and some application deadlines are quickly approaching. Shana tells us more. She also gives some other considerations on the topic.

Report 29 - Our guest is Mountrail County Ag Agency Agent Jim Hennessey. We talk annual forages in this report. Jim tells us crops look to be short again. He also gives advice on planting forages at this point.

Report 30 - Our guest is Mountrail County Ag Agency Agent Jim Hennessey. We talk weeds in Minot a lot of spraying going on right now. Jim tells us what he's seeing across the area. He also gives us a leafy spurge update.

Report 31 - Our guest is Mountrail County Ag Agency Agent Jim Hennessey. A lot of spotty crops are out there across the region. Jim tells us what he's seeing and hearing with row crops such as corn. He also addresses canola.

Report 32 - Our guest is Mountrail County Ag Agency Agent Jim Hennessey. We continue our discussion of spotty crops across the region as we talk small grains in this report. Jim tells us how spring wheat is looking across the region. He also gives us an update on durum crops.

Report 33 - Our guest is with North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. The North Central Research extension center is having it's annual field day soon. Shana tells us what the event will feature this year. She also discusses a wheat marketing seminar that will be held that same afternoon.

Report 34 - Our guest is NDSU North Central Research Center crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska. TJ discusses grasshoppers in this report and how they may be problematic this summer. He also discusses the bottom line for growers given this situation.

Report 35 - Our guest is with North Central Research Center director Dr. Shana Forster. As spraying season comes to an end, producers may be looking for a way to dispose of unwanted chemicals. Shana tells us about a method not many people know about. She also tells us when and where Project Safe Send does their business.

Report 36 - Our guest is NDSU North Central Research Center crop protection specialist TJ Prochaska. We talk wheat midge in this report. A pesky insect . TJ tells us the prognosis for the bug this year and explains what the bug looks like.

Report 37 - Our guest is with Chad Anderson with North Dakota Crop Improvement. Chad talks to us about fall seeding, which is around the corner, but tells us growers need to make some decisions now with all the variables to consider. He also tells us about some specifics for fall planting considerations.

Report 38 - Our guest is Barry Coleman, Northern Canola Grower's executive director. Barry tells us there are record acres in the state of North Dakota for canola again this year. Form 1.6 to 1.7 million acres in 2019. He also tells us the latest on clubroot disease in canola.

Report 39 - Our guest is NDSU crop production agronomist, Berton Johnson. In this report, we talk about a new/old crop, hemp. Berton tells us about the latest in research for this crop. He also discusses grower interest with us.

Report 40 - Our guest is NDSU crop production agronomist, Berton Johnson. We continue our talk on hemp. Berton tells us why it has taken so long to get the ball rolling on this crop. He also discusses the value of the crop.