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"Iberian Agriculture and History Sites: Discovery Tour of Spain"

By Colorado State University Extension

 

From the majesty of Andalusia to the capital city of Madrid, Spain is filled with history and a rich and rewarding agricultural heritage. This very special itinerary delves into the Moorish culture of the Southern peninsula with historic visits to UNESCO World Heritage sites combined with the agriculture and unique products that make Spain a major provider in the European marketplace. Our tour is filled with contrasts – the richness of antiquity, the modern processes of agricultural production, the visits, sounds and tastes that are today’s Spain. A limited number of travelers will experience Iberia this fall.

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Freeze Injury on Wheat

By R.F. Meyer


Freezing temperatures can affect wheat fields within the Colorado High Plains Region some seasons. In fields where only some of the tillers have been damaged, there is still plenty of time for undamaged tillers to compensate and minimize any potential yield loss. However, frost damaged wheat heads will be permanently damaged. Wheat heads emerging white in color indicate frost damage and will not produce seeds.

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Colorado Parks & Wildlife

The Colorado Parks & Wildlife just posted some fun information on Fish Hatcheries. It has a video on information about the fish hatchery processes and how the species are bred. Check out the link below.

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Farming Evolution

Did you miss Farming Evolution 2019? Click on the link below to watch what you missed at Barn Media. Brian Allmer, with Barn Media, has captured the whole conference so check it out.

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Wheat Variety Results Meeting

"Colorado State University Extension is hosting wheat variety test plot results meetings on Tuesday August 30 and will discuss trial results..." Check out the link for more details.

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International Plant Nutrition Institute: Plant Nutrition Today

The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) publishes a number of articles on plants, soil, and nutritions. Check out the summer publications by clicking on the link below.

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National Grazing Land Association

Check out the National Grazing Land Association website which provides information on the Grazing Conference, current news, upcoming events, coalitions, grants, and more. You can watch webinar series on the website as well.

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Oats for Fall Pasture or Hay

An article about utilizing oats for fall pasture or hay. Click on the link below for more information.

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