April 12, 2013: Index of Articles

UNL CropWatch April 12, 2013: Index of Articles

Precision ag technology in practice

Tuning up your precision agriculture technologies preseason can help ensure accurate results and data during the season. (File photo by Joe Luck)

April 12, 2013

Corn Production

Wheat Production

Weather

  • Widespread Moisture Lowers Drought Severity; More Snow/Rain Ahead. An exceptionally strong and slow weather system moved through the central US this week, bringing the most significant and widespread moisture Nebraska has experienced in over a year. While you can't escape drought with a single rain, soil moisture is at field capacity in the top 1-2 feet in much of the state. More snow and rain lies ahead for next week.
  • How Snowy, How Rainy, How Cold did it Get?  It varied, by the numbers.
  • CW Soil Temperatures Updated Daily at Midnight. Soil temperatures can fluctuate a lot in the early spring and this year is no exception. CW soil temperature maps and tables are updated daily and the average for the week, departure from normal; high and low temps, and the soil temperature taken at midnight. Today's temps are in the 30s.

Precision Agriculture

Alfalfa & Pasture Production

Market Journal

App review

Mobile Apps for Ag

  • University of Missouri Offers Weed ID App. While designed to aid in the identification of weeds common to Missouri, growers, particularly in southeast Nebraska, may find this helpful for their scouting as well.

Research

UNL IANR & Extension Programs