Articles of Interest
Irrigated Corn Achieves High Yields with High Energy Efficiency, Little Impact on Environment - Jan. 2012 CropWatch Article
Also check out: Hybrid Maize Model-a computer program that simulates the growth of a corn crop (Zea mays L.) under non-limiting or water-limited (rainfed or irrigated) conditions based on daily weather data.
Check out the completely redone Corn Growth and Development publication from Iowa State University Extension! Updated information for today's hybrids and excellent graphics.
How Extended High Heat Disrupts Corn Pollination - Aug. 2011 CropWatch Article. Dr. Tom Hoegemeyer explains the conditions that affect pollen shed and viability in corn during high heat and high relative humidity.
Corn Nitrogen Recommendations Calculator - Excel sheet to determine recommended UNL nitrogen rates from soil tests.
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2013 Corn CropWatch Articles
- Is Population Change Warranted in Irrigated Corn due to Moisture Constraints?
- Maturity Range Effects on Seasonal Evapotranspiration
- Spring Showers Welcome-not likely to Eliminate Deficit
- Pre-Season Irrigation Checkup can Reduce In-Season Problems
- Prepare for the Coming Pesticide Application Season
- DriftWatch Identifies Nearby Sensitive Crops
- Yield Potential Predictions to Help Global Food Security
- 53 Updated Nebraska Crop Budgets
- Managing Stored Drought-Stressed Corn in Early Spring
- Market Journal Looks at Farm Program Payments and Ethanol Production
- Understanding Soil Microbes May Improve Erosion
- Land Booms, Bubbles, and Busts
- Deficit Irrigation Presentations Online
- Dry Year Water Management in Republican Basin
- Uganda Work to Make Fertilizer Use More Profitable
- Lady Beetle Diet Influences Effectiveness as Biocontrol Agent
- Market Journal: Select Corn Seed to Manage Disease Risk
- 2013 Guide for Weed Management
- Using a Chlorophyll Meter to Improve N Management
- Micronutrient Management in Nebraska
Corn is an economically important crop to Nebraska resulting in $9.1 billion from 9.1 million acres harvested in 2012 according to USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service.
- Nebraska ranks 3rd in U.S. corn production.
- Nebraska ranks 1st in U.S. popcorn production.
- Nebraska ranks 1st in U.S. white corn production.
- Nebraska ranks 2nd in ethanol production capacity.