Nebraska On-Farm Research Network
Save the Date - Results Update Meetings Scheduled for February 2017
Mark your calendar now for the On-Farm Research Results Update Meetings.
Monday, February 20 - ARDC, near Mead, NE
Tuesday, February 21 - Norfolk, NE
Thursday, February 23 - North Platte, NE
Monday, Februray 27 - Grand Island, NE
Details and more information will be coming soon.
2015 Growing Season Research Results Book is now Available!
In 2015, three farmers working with the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network evaluated ILeVO®, a Bayer Crop Science seed treatment. While this product has shown promise for addressing SDS, there are no clear guidelines to determine at what point a field will see enough response to ILeVO® to justify treatment.
The objectives of this study were
- to evaluate if the seed treatment ILeVO® provided additional benefit beyond that currently provided by variety selection and
- to determine if ILeVO® provided adequate control of SDS in early planted soybeans. Read more...
Project SENSE 2015 Results Summary
Project SENSE is a special effort focused on using crop canopy sensors to direct in-season nitrogen application in corn. This 2-page document provides an introduction to Project SENSE and a summary of research results from year 1.
Project SENSE Introductory Video
Watch this video to learn more about this Nebraska On-Farm Research Network project focused on improving the efficiency of nitrogen fertilizer use through crop canopy sensors.
On-Farm Research App Puts Resources At Your Fingertips
Accessing resources from the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network is now available at your fingertips - in the field, in the tractor or truck, or wherever you want to use the research app. The research app was launched in April 2015 is available for iPhone, iPad and Android users. Learn more and download the app.
With the capability of planters to variable-rate seed, more farmers are trying this feature out in their fields. The technology holds promise as it can help increase return on investment of seed by putting more seeds where there is more potential for increased yield. Two Nebraska producers are working with Nebraska's On-Farm Research Network to better understand the yield and economic consequence of their variable-rate planting strategy. Read more...