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Professor Kolding`s Open-Pollinated Sorghum Lines

Professor Mathias KOLDING; I am a master student in NDSU Department of Plant Sciences. I am studying with Professor Burton Johnson and we are evaluating `Location, Seeding Date, and Genotype Maturity Interactions on Grain Sorghum in North Dakota. We harvested your lines (SARE and PI lines) third week of October. I will choose and plant 4 open-pollinated genotypes from your lines in 2018 and 2019 growing season. Unfortunately, I have no idea about your SARE lines. In order to use and add my thesis, can you share lines history and story or genetic structures to me? Cool tolerance, kernel color, kernel size, chemical component of grain (protein, ash content ect.), maturity, breeding year. If you have yield trial result that is excellent for me. SARE 6, SARE 10, SARE 14, SARE 17, SARE 22, SARE 25, SARE 34, SARE 37, SARE 65, SARE 66, SARE 67, SARE 68, SARE 70, SARE 72, SARE 74. If you want, I can give more information about my thesis. Furthermore, you can make connection my advisor Professor Burton Johnson. Best Regards, Kutay Yilmaz NDSU Plant Sciences - New Crops Production kutay.yilmaz@ndsu.edu 701-541-4479

Cass County North Dakota over 1 year ago

musk melon

I grew Pride of Wisconsin Melons last year- The crown had a disease that looked to be dark brown- it had sunken lesion or stem deterioration- the vines continued to grow and produced football size melons- just prior to becoming ripe the fruit collapsed and melted flat on the ground. disappointing to get so close and not be able to eat any of them.

Ramsey County North Dakota almost 3 years ago

Curling blueberry leaves

I have some North blue blueberry plant leaves th that are curling under longitudinally, I have special growing medium and they're doing fairly well this variety seems to be struggling a little bit I was wondering if you could help me thank you Tom Slagle 701-340-4483. I guess I just want to know if this is overwatering or overfertilization. I water about every other day and I have used a little bit of sulfur and fertilizer for acid loving plants thank you Tom Slagle 701-340-4483

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Ward County North Dakota almost 3 years ago

Plant?

What is this plant?

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Pierce County North Dakota almost 3 years ago

Plant identification help!

I inherited a houseplant from a friend and need assistance in identifying it please! Thanks!

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Cass County North Dakota plant identification over 3 years ago

unhealthy rubarb

I transplanted lots of adult older rhubarb plants from friends healthy rhubarb bushes, The new growth is slow growing & their not thick & bushy. more long & sparse. the big leaves are all torn up from insects. I planted them alone not around other plants or bushes. Am I tending to them to often.??

Richland County North Dakota rhubarb horticulture over 3 years ago

cedar tree rust

what kind of apple tree can we grow close to cedar trees? and also is there anything we can spray on bushes that are already planted by cedar trees?

Stark County North Dakota about 4 years ago

dying spruce trees

We have several spruce trees that have died in the last 6 months and several more showing sings of dying. Some neighbors also have had some dye. I've heard that KS has a "bug" this is the cause. Has this migrated to ND and IF so, is there something we can do to prevent more trees from dying. I do have pictures of some of the trees and could email.

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Emmons County North Dakota trees and shrubs almost 6 years ago

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