Pursuant to SDCL 16-2-29.6, effective March 31, 2006, the UJS will use an electronic statewide database to provide public access to judgment docket information in civil cases in which money judgments have issued from South Dakota state courts.
This electronic database replaces the judgment docket cards that have been maintained in the clerks' of court offices statewide in the same manner in which, years ago, these docket cards replaced judgment docket books.
Bigger field does not necessarily mean better produce. And crop growers, as the designated guardians of nature, don’t always pay enough attention to it.” To help guard fertile land and to keep as much humus in the top layer they have been using the shallow “no-till” technique of land cultivation for 20 years now.
The i METOS station has been in regular use since 2011 and has shown an interesting insight into what is actually happening in the field.
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No, your first thought of South Dakota is probably of a cold, windy prairie full of snow and yaks.
Mr Majerič himself is a soil expert and pays a lot of attention to what is happening in his field, all with the help of an i METOS station.
The first thing he points out when we sit down is the main difference between crop growing and other types of farming: “Farming usually follows the logic ‘bigger is better’. With crop growing it’s not like that because we are trying to look into what cannot be seen with a naked eye.
“With all the information it is easy to see and understand how water travels through the soil after rainfall, how the temperature in the ground and air changes, how the sun affects evapotranspiration and how all this will affect work in the field.
All decisions – irrigation, spraying, harvesting; are based on the actual data on site, not some approximations from national weather stations far away from the field. He places great importance on monitoring micro locations, especially in such a geographically diverse country as Slovenia.
And that's because the only time you've ever seen the state was probably while either speeding through it on a road trip to somewhere else or from above at 30,000ft.