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Agweek and AgweekTV will launch its first readers and viewers board in August. Seven selected members will meet monthly via conference call to discuss issues facing the agricultural industry, suggest ...

Soil Health Minute: Rainfall simulator

Management makes a difference for water movement into and across soils during heavy rains. On this Soil Health Minute, Abbey Wick uses a rainfall simulator to show us how much ...

AgweekTV: Dicamba Damage in 2018

Off-target drift is a problem again this crop season. Watch the full episode of AgweekTV on Get the latest agri-weather outlook with WDAY's John Wheeler Watch an extended market ...

AgweekTV Full Show: Trade war, biofuels, rainfall simulator

This week on AgweekTV, the trade war with China is costing farmers money and markets, so they're hoping for quick resolution. EPA has released the mandated biofuels blending levels under ...

AgweekTV: A cool mid-July for the Northern Plains

Meteorologist Andrew Whitmyer gives his agriweather forecast on AgweekTV. To watch the the complete episode of AgweekTV, click here.

Dicamba survey activated in North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has activated an on-line dicamba injury survey. The survey can be found at and was activated due to reports of possible plant damage ...

AgweekTV: Haskap Berries

There's a fairly new berry that's gaining in popularity. They're called haskaps, or honey berries. Jim and Bernis Ingvaldson grow the berries at their pick your own farm, called HoneberryUSA. ...

AgweekTV: EPA E-Tour

A dozen EPA officials were in North Dakota recently for the Grain Growers Association's 25th annual E-Tour. It's an effort to provide education and collaboration between farmers and government regulators. ...

Agweek Market Extra with Randy Martinson with Martinson Ag

On this week's Agweek Market Extra, Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag joins Michelle Rook to discuss tariffs, trade, yield and more.

Two men vindicated after allegations of swiping $8,700 worth of grain in Cass County

FARGO – Two men accused of stealing about $8,700 worth of grain have been cleared of charges after a jury acquitted one of them and the case against the other ...


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