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Extension Spotlight

Development of alternative crops

 

October 7, 2020



Alternative crops bring both benefits and challenges that are not present in the major crops of our region. Growing an uncommon crop means pest pressure will likely be lower. It also means finding a market can be unreliable. Several alternative crops have potential in our region. They also come with a higher risk of crop failure. Being a cutting-edge producer can bring pride and joy. But, producing crops that are not common in the region means having to search harder for answers to challenges.

Canola is a major crop in the Canadian great plains, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota and w...



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