Market Journal: Marketing Grain, Calves; New Pest Research

View the full August 29 Market Journal episode or selected segments below. On this week's Market Journal Frayne Olson, North Dakota...

Protecting Silage for Long-Term Quality

Plastic. It's one of those things that you forget how useful and valuable it can be. Many of you are chopping or about to chop silage, investing time and money to store good feed for your...

Plant Pathologist Adesemoye Joins West Central REC

Tony Adesemoye Contact Information Tony Adesemoye UNL Asst Professor/Disease Mgmt Specialist West Central REC Department of Plant Pathology 308-696-6708. ...

Nebraska LEAD Announces 2014-2016 Fellows

Nebraska LEAD Group 34 participants were announced this week by Terry Hejny, director, Nebraska LEAD (Leadership Education/Action Development)...

Late-Season Flooding Effects on Corn

Torrential rain fell across areas of central and eastern Nebraska this week, causing creeks and fields to flood. With more rains predicted for Sunday, how may flooding affect corn productivity? ...

State Climatologist: Models Show Above Normal Precipitation for This Fall

A big question for growers this fall is: Will there be harvest delays due to wet weather? Figure 1. Precipitation forecast for September from the Climate Prediction Center. Green "A"...

Stem and Root Rots in Soybean

Also see this Market Journal segment where the author discusses late season soybean diseases. Figure 1. Sclerotinia Stem Rot (white mold) Figure 2. Phytophthora ...

Iowa State–UNL Partnership Creates Plant Science App for Teachers, Students

The Plant and Soil Sciences eLibrary offers multiple short videos and animations to help you stay up to date with crop technologies, including genetics, weed science, plant breeding, soil...

Successful Winter Wheat Seeding

Wheat should be seeded into a firm seedbed with good soil moisture. This is more easily achieved in no-till production systems where residue protects the soil surface. If the seedbed is loose...

Scheduling the Last Irrigation of the Season

Irrigating soybeans in late August. (Photo by Troy Ingram) It is approaching that time when we need to be thinking about scheduling the last irrigation of the growing season. Crop...

Farm Lease Resource: AgLease101.org

Watch CropWatch this fall for a  schedule of UNL Extension landlord/tenant workshops. This time of year, calls begin to ring into my office about agricultural lease agreements. ...

Corn and Soybean 71% Good To Excellent

Both Nebraska's corn and soybean crops rated 71% good to excellent in the latest crop report from the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service, released Monday, Aug. 25. Topsoil...

Tomorrow's Crop Scouts Compete

Youth participating in the 2014 Crop Scouting Competition at UNL's Agricultural Research and Demonstration Center near Mead. UNL Extension is pleased to announce six teams from...

Stored Grain Webinar Sept. 12

Harvest is just around the corner and grain storage preparations can help protect your stored crop. A regional webinar, Stored Grain Integrated Pest Management, will be held Friday, Sept....

Extension Crop Reports

Standing water in a field near York after heavy rains Monday night (8/25) caused localized flooding. (Photo by Gary Zoubek) Gary Zoubek, Extension Educator in York County: We...

Wheat Varieties Virtual Tour Updated for 2014

Nebraska winter wheat farmers can get research-based information and recommendations on wheat varieties in the UNL Extension website Wheat Varieties Virtual Tour . The Wheat Varieties Virtual...

Market Journal: Soybean Diseases, Farm Program and Raising Nebraska Exhibit

View the full August 22 Market Journal episode or selected segments below. On this week's Market Journal Loren Giesler, UNL Extension plant...

UNL CropWatch August 22, 2014

August 22, 2014 Special Focus: Wheat Planting & Production Winter Wheat Planting Decisions and Break-even Yields. Comparison of production economics for...

Fertilizer Management for the 2015 Winter Wheat Crop

Wheat harvest is complete and it's time to think about fall fertilization and next year's fertilizer needs. With adequate stored soil moisture in much of the winter wheat fallow areas in...

Sorghum Field Days to Showcase Hybrid Performance

The 2014 Sorghum Field Days will be held at five sites in September: Trenton, Sterling, Hazard/Litchfield, Orleans, and Farwell. Field performance of leading hybrids, new market...
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