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Science of Sunflower – Wahpeton Daily News

Point of View: The Science of Sunflowers – Wahpeton Daily News | June 14, 2017 Sunflowers are one of the most photogenic crops grown in the southern Red River Valley. Their bright......more

Don’t Take a Chance Having Blackbirds Move In

To maximize return, plant sunflowers as early as possible, and desiccate and harvest them before blackbirds move in. Click link to read more: NSA Sunflower Highlights – May 15, 2017 – pg......more

Sunflower is an Option for Damaged Wheat Acres

Producers who had winter wheat damaged by the recent snowstorm and freezing temps in the High Plains can consider planting sunflower if the first crop is ‘zeroed out’. The USDA Risk Management......more

NSA Planter Considerations

As sunflower planting approaches for the major production region, it’s important to take a close look at planter condition and settings. Achieving the perfect plant stand is one of the most critical......more

New Book About Blackbirds Available

A new book by George M. Linz, Michael L. Avery, and Richard A. Dolbeer is available for pre-order at The book, “Ecology and Management of Blackbirds (Icteridae) in North America” summarizes......more

NSA Website Offers Help for Sunflower Growers

NSA WEBSITE OFFERS HELP FOR GROWERS – NSA Sunflower Highlights – March 27, 2017 Spring Planting on your mind? The “Growers” section of the NSA website addresses many questions and factors that......more

Spring Drying & Storage Critical

National Sunflower Association | Sunflower Highlights | Mar 13, 2017 Temperatures are finally warming up a bit, and as temps increase, it is important to pay special attention to stored sunflowers. An......more