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Bone-dry West Coast states curb July 4 fireworks displays
SEATTLE - Authorities battling dozens of large wildfires along the parched U.S. West Coast are clamping down on Independence Day fireworks displays over fears that wayward sparks could trigger fresh blazes.
Friday, July, 03, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Farmers, agronomist agree crops ahead of schedule this year
Agronomists and farmers agree that spring and early summer weather patterns have created favorable growing conditions thus far in southwest North Dakota.
Thursday, July, 02, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Growing season good so far, despite challenges
Joe Neaton is always happy to talk about agriculture. But Neaton, who farms in Watertown, Minn., about 30 miles west of Minneapolis, says regretfully that he’ll need to make this cellphone interview a quick one because of time and safety considerations.
Monday, June, 29, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Growing Together: June yard and garden do's and don'ts
FARGO -- Lawn grass has grown so speedily from plentiful May and June moisture, it's easy to become a redneck gardener. What's a redneck gardener? It's a homeowner who needs to mow his lawn to find where he left his wheelbarrow. Besides mowing, June is a busy month around the yard and garden. Let's discuss timely do's and don'ts.
Monday, June, 29, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Gene-modified wheat at center of row fails to repel aphids
A genetically engineered wheat that gives off a special smell designed to repel aphids has flopped in field-scale tests, underscoring the difficulty of harnessing the controversial technology.
Thursday, June, 25, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Monsanto to invest more than $1 billion in dicamba herbicide production
Monsanto Co's efforts to expand its agrichemical interests beyond what has long been its bread-and-butter glyphosate herbicide business were underscored on Wednesday by news the company plans to invest potentially more than $1 billion in a production facility for an alternative herbicide.
Wednesday, June, 24, 2015 - Reuters - News

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WHO agency says insecticides lindane and DDT linked to cancer
LONDON - The insecticide lindane, once widely used in agriculture and to treat human lice and scabies, causes cancer and has been specifically linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday.
Tuesday, June, 23, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Growing Together: Hare today, gone tomorrow
FARGO -- Do you know Elmer Fudd has chased Bugs Bunny around his garden for 75 years? Times have changed, and an elderly gentleman running through the neighborhood waving a shotgun is no longer appropriate behavior.
Monday, June, 22, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Don Kinzler Q&A: Maple trees sensitive to planting depth
Q. We have two maple trees in our front and back yards. I noticed last fall that the bark had split on the trunk of one tree. I was worried that it would have problems this spring, but it is fully leafed to the end of every branch. Do I need to be concerned, and is there anything I should be doing about the trunk? -- David Flakker, Fargo
Monday, June, 08, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Sugar beet co-op shows water quality improvements
The Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative is continuing to meet water quality objectives and even gaining some recognition for it.
Wednesday, June, 03, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Small motors, big frustrations
TOWNER, N.D. — As I write this, I’m surrounded by the strong scent of gasoline and carburetor cleaner, and enveloped in an aura of frustration. Anyone with a little intuition would correctly identify this malady as a small engine affliction.
Tuesday, June, 02, 2015 - - News

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Rains affect U.S. hard red winter wheat
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Rains continue to plague the U.S. hard red winter wheat crop, and analysts are lowering their production estimates. Given the continuous rains, it is very hard to get on the fields to spray in a timely fashion.
Tuesday, June, 02, 2015 - Agweek - News

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States enlist prisoners, plan biosecurity to combat avian flu threat
CHICAGO - Indiana is training 300 prisoners to kill infected chickens and banning bird shows at county fairs. Mississippi is considering road barricades and planning biosecurity measures. Iowa is trying to figure out how to deal with a mountain of dead - and reeking - chickens.
Monday, June, 01, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Proper disposal key to moving on after bird flu
Local folks are cleaning up and moving on as the worst bird flu outbreak in U.S. history continues to spread. When bird flu struck some North Dakota flocks, a local professor was called on to offer his expertise. Shafiqur Rahman is a
Friday, May, 29, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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A new crop of farmers ready to face the challenges
Alex Bata didn’t expect to be a farmer. Growing up in Adams, Bata was active in high school in “football, basketball, golf, student council -- everything I could get my hands on. I just didn’t think about farming.”
Sunday, May, 24, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Minnesotans protesting potato pesticides turned away from McDonald's meeting
A group of rural Minnesotans hoping to present their concerns about McDonald's use of potato pesticides were denied entrance to the company's shareholder meeting Thursday, they said.
Friday, May, 22, 2015 - - News

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Timely rains boost crop prospects
Farmers throughout the region are ahead of schedule planting crops, and they are grateful for rains that have allayed some concerns about drought. Here is how farmers and input suppliers in west-central Minnesota recently described their situation when Agweek came through the area to check on progress.
Monday, May, 18, 2015 - Agweek - News

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As it woos Syngenta, Monsanto mounts campaign to combat critics
As seed and chemical maker Monsanto Co. woos Swiss agrochemicals firm Syngenta, Monsanto also is trying to win over consumers in key international markets, rolling out social media and marketing campaigns.
Friday, May, 15, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Cold snap not yet fatal for crops
Cold temperatures in the past three days have threatened early-emerging crops in the Dakotas and Minnesota, but there are no widespread reports of freeze damage.
Tuesday, May, 12, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Minn. company plays clean-up role in avian flu outbreak
An Alexandria, Minn., company – Mobile Washer – offers a valuable service – cleaning up turkey barns that were infected with bird flu. It’s already sanitized more than 40 poultry barns in South Dakota, is just starting to work in North Dakota and will be cleaning Minnesota turkey barns in a week or so.
Monday, May, 11, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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