Dry Bean Scene

The conditions are right in portions of North Dakota and Minnesota for white mold development this year’s dry edible bean crop. Get the details from Syngenta agronomy services representative Jason Snell in the latest Dry Bean Scene, made possible in part by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association,

Dry Bean Scene

It’s never too early to starting scouting and treating for disease in dry edible beans. According to NDSU Extension plant pathologist Sam Markell, white mold and rust are two common diseases farmers should look for. Get the full details in the Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network, made possible in part by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

A majority of the dry edible bean crop has emerged in northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. So far, it is off to an adequate start. Hear more from Huso Crop Consulting owner Mark Huso in the Dry Bean Scene made possible, in part, by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

Farmers in the state of Michigan had more timely planting window for this year’s dry edible bean crop. Michigan State University Extension dry bean systems specialist Scott Bales describes planting conditions as “nearly ideal”. These conditions are much different compared to the previous year. Hear more in the Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network made possible, in part, by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

According to the latest USDA Crop Progress Report, over half of the dry edible bean crop is emerging in Minnesota. Professional Agronomy Services agronomist Brad Guck says emergence is ahead of schedule in the Perham area thanks to a timely planting window. Hear more in this week’s Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network made possible, in part, by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

This year’s planting conditions have been better for some farmers than others. Soils have remained wet in places, presenting their fair share of challenges. Hear more in the Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network is made possible, in part, by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

The 2020 dry edible bean crop is starting to go in the ground in the northern Red River Valley. Hear more about the crop and field conditions from Crookston, Minnesota farmer Eric Samuelson in the Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network. This radio program is made possible by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

The late start to the spring planting season in the Northern Plains has some acres in flux. Farmers in northeastern North Dakota are considering substituting acres for warm season crops, but dry bean seed is in short supply. Hear more from Johnstown Bean Company general manager Dylan Karley in the Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network, made possible by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

Acreage decisions haven’t been easy for farmers in the Northern Plains this year. Northland Community and Technical College Farm Business Management instructor Betsy Jensen says while some farmers have started planting, others have yet to turn a wheel. Get the details in the Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network, made possible by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.

Dry Bean Scene

As the 2020 planting season presses forward, farmers should keep final planting dates for crop insurance in the back of their minds. Countryside Insurance Agency owner Jennifer Otteson has more in the Dry Bean Scene on the Red River Farm Network, made possible by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association.