BOZEMAN, Mont. – Montana State University Extension Soil Fertility Specialist Clain Jones is sharing information on the unique soil fertility needs of pulse crops in contrast to the needs of small grains.
The hummus craze is hitting the heartland, with U.S. farmers preparing to sow more chickpeas than ever before.
Canadian pulse exporters temporarily settled a dispute with India that had threatened to halt shipments valued last year at C$1.1 billion ($820 million).
Will prices for pulses go the way wheat, corn and soybeans have gone?
CONRAD, Mont. – In the Golden Triangle region of Montana, where producers are incorporating pulses into their rotations, fighting the pea leaf weevil and the pea aphid are vital.
North Dakota leads the nation in lentil production, but in the last several years common vetch (Vicia sativa) has become a problem for some lentil producers. Common vetch, often referred to as rogue lentils, can be introduced by seed.
Available cropland, and the growing season, is limited. Strained soils are in need of rejuvenation. Water can be scarce. Yet the world’s nutritional needs continue to grow, along with its population.
BOZEMAN – A Montana State University soil fertility specialist with MSU Extension is sharing information on selecting nitrogen fertilizer rates.
BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has awarded 27 grants totaling over $2.3 million to promote the development, cultivation, production and sales of specialty crops in North Dakota.
If you’re in the midst of harvesting dry edible beans and considering how to improve harvest efficiencies, you may want to take a second look at transitioning to a direct harvest system.
GLENDIVE, Mont. – From the first seed in the ground to growing, harvesting, marketing, and more, the newest pulse crop receiving facility in eastern Montana wants to work with producers every step of the way.