Sorghum Speakers on Lowering Costs, Increasing Profitability March 7, 2017
Managing production costs to maximize profitability was a key theme at the 2017 Nebraska Sorghum Symposium. Managing herbicide-resistant, yield-robbing weeds was part of that message, as shared by Nebraska and national speakers focusing on sorghum production. Five of these presentations have been posted at UNL CropWatch on YouTube and are included below.
The event was sponsored by the Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board, Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association, and Nebraska Extension.
with Brent Bean, agronomist with the United Sorghum Check-off Program
Managing Key Inputs in Sorghum Production
with Rick Kochenower, national agronomist with Chromatin, Inc.
Reducing Input Costs in Corn Production
with Robert Klein, Nebraska Extension Western Nebraska Crops Specialist
Weed Control and Herbicide Resistant Weeds
with Rodrigo Werle, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Specialist. Presentation co-authored by Cody Creech, Nebraska Extension Dryland Cropping Systems Specialist
The Weather Outlook for the 2017 Sorghum Season
with Al Dutcher, Nebraska Extension Agricultural Climatologist