Report 1 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director of the North Central Research Center. We talk the 2018 growing season and best practices in this report. We also talk about its impact affecting the bottom line in a couple ways.

Report 2 - Our guest is Dr. Shana Forster, director of the North Central Research Center. We talk chick peas and Shana discusses how a lot more acres will be planted across the region. She also talks about the most important thing to know about chick peas.

Report 3 - Our guest is Chris Augustin from the North Central Research Center. Chris tells us there are high soil tests results from the fall across the region and it's generating many calls to his office. He tells us what's going on. He also gives some suggestions on what farmers can do.

Report 4 - Our guest is Chris Augustin from the North Central Research Center. Many farmers test their soil in the fall, but some might test in the spring. Chris gives some suggestions on what nutrient should be tested. He also tells us what micronutrients we should be testing for.

Report 5 - Our guest is Tom DeSutter, NDSU Soil Scientist. We talk brine spills and research in the area in this report. Tom tells us about a series of talks he's doing with farmers and ranchers being effected by this. He also tells us about the research aspect of the project.

Report 6 - Our guest is Tom DeSutter, NDSU Soil Scientist. We are talking brine spills on farm and ranch land and how to recover that land if this happens. Tom tells us some strategies. He also tells us it's important landowners ask questions.

Report 7 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. It may not bring a lot of so called fame from a positive nomination, but NDSU names a weed of the year for farmers to be aware. Shana tells us about the 2018 winner/loser. She also tells us about control options.

Report 8 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. Inoculation is a prominent topic this time of year as we look forward to planting legumes. Shana gives some advice.

Report 9 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. With spring work hopefully getting here eventually, pre-emergence herbicides and seed treatment are going to be important. Shana gives us details.

Report 10 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. We talk soil temperatures and germination in this report and Shana tells us how the unfortunate cool spring has been an issue. She also talks about soil temperatures for seed germination.

Report 11 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. We talk corn in this report. Shana tells us what the effect is given our late spring planting. She gives other considerations with late planted corn as well.

Report 12 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. We talk NDawn in this report, which Shana tells us is a very good source farmers should be tapping into. She also tells us some specific applications that producers can utilize.

Report 13 - Our guest is TJ Prochaska, NDSU Extension Crop Specialist from the North Central Research Central. Flea beetles presented some issues last year. TJ gives us the outlook for 2018. He also discusses a 2017 flea beetle survey with us.

Report 14 - Our guest is TJ Prochaska, NDSU Extension Crop Specialist from the North Central Research Central. We're talking the pea leaf weevil in this report. TJ tells us this was not a big issue last year but one we definitely need to be monitoring. He also discusses the damage that could be brought on in this case.

Report 15 - Our guest is Chris Augustin, soil health specialist from the North Central Research Central. A lot of soybeans will be planted again this spring across the region, and soybean fertility has a huge impact on yield. Chris also shares thoughts on soybeans nearing the end of a research project on the crop.

Report 16 - Our guest is Chris Augustin, soil health specialist from the North Central Research Central. We're talking potassium in this report. Chris tells us a lot of new potassium fertility recommendations are available. He also tells us of a new potassium threshold map that is available and explains.

Report 17 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. We checkout the new NDSU crop on pest report out for this week. Shana gives the details. She also tells us what kind of info is available here.

Report 18 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. We talk rolling crops in this report. Shana tells us she's had a few calls on this the past week. She also shares when the best time to roll is.

Report 19 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. NDSU will soon be hosting workshops on growing grapes. This is new territory for a lot of people. Shana explains. She also discusses the various workshops they'll be hosting on the topic.

Report 20 - Our guest is Shana Forster, Director of the North Central Research Center and agronomist. As farmers continue to get seed in the ground, it won't be long until it's time to spray. Shana tells us more. She also discusses disease forecasting for canola.

Report 21 - Our guest is TJ Prochaska, NDSU extension crop specialist for the North Central Research Center. Crop scouting will be vital again this year. TJ has some helpful suggestions for growers. He also tells us the NDSU website has a lot of helpful info.

Report 22 - Our guest is TJ Prochaska, NDSU extension crop specialist for the North Central Research Center. We talk flea beetles in this report. TJ alerted us earlier in our series and now gives us an update. He also discusses the economic threshold.

Report 23 - Our guest is Eric Eriksmoen, research agronomist at the North Central Research Center. We received rains recently across the region and Eric tells us how it helped a lot of crops but how it might be late for winter crops. He also tells us how small grains might benefit from the rain.

Report 24 - Our guest is Eric Eriksmoen, research agronomist at the North Central Research Center. Eric tells us how the recent rains might effect broadleaf crops across the region. He also gives us the scenarios for broadleaf crops the rest of the summer.

Report 25 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the North Central Research Center director/agronomist. The intermittent rain showers the past few weeks have helped across the region, and now Shana tells us she is getting calls on crop water use. She explains. Shana also discusses what tool producers can utilize for their specific operation.

Report 26 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the North Central Research Center director/agronomist. Chickpea acres are up again in North Dakota and also plenty in Montana. Rains the past few weeks will help the crop for sure, but that comes with some possible baggage as well. Shana explains. She also gives fungicide tips for managing disease.

Report 27 - Our guest is Chris Augustin from the NDSU North Central Research Center. We talk gypsum in this report and how it can benefit the soil. Chris tells us where gypsum can fit in with your agronomic practices. He also tells us about applications to remediate sodic soils.

Report 28 - Our guest is Chris Augustin from the NDSU North Central Research Center. We're talking soil PH in this report. Chris tells us what PH exactly is and how we can manage that.

Report 29 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the director and an agronomist for the NDSU North Central Research Center. With sporadic rain across the region, small grains are starting to head out. Shana tells us what producers need to look for. She also tells us the most important thing producers should know regarding fungicide applications.

Report 30 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the director and an agronomist for the NDSU North Central Research Center. We continue our talk on diseases, specifically field peas in this report. Shana discusses several control options.

Report 31 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the director and an agronomist for the NDSU North Central Research Center. There has been lots of active weather recently across the region along with plenty of crop damage. Shana gives us an assessment. She also discusses an upcoming barbeque event you won't want to miss.

Report 32 - Our guest is TJ Prochaska, an extension crop specialist at the North Central Research Center. TJ talks wheat midge and its quick emergence across the region. He also discusses the risks involved.

Report 33 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the director and an agronomist for the NDSU North Central Research Center. It's that time of year where there are a lot of field tours going on and Shana tells us there will be lots to see and discuss this year. She also gives details of the North Central Research Center tour south of Minot.

Report 34 - Our other guest is TJ Prochaska, an extension crop specialist at the North Central Research Center. We talk grasshoppers in this report. TJ gives us an outlook. He also discusses the economic threshold.

Report 35 - Our other guest is TJ Prochaska, an extension crop specialist at the North Central Research Center. We're talking aphids today. TJ tells us now is the time to scout. He also gives us the aphid outlook concerning soybeans.

Report 36 - Our guest is Shana Forster, the director and an agronomist for the NDSU North Central Research Center. The wheat crops generally look good across the region. Producers now may have questions regarding protein. Shana has some suggestions. She also tells us what producers can do to increase protein in wheat at this point.