Market Journal: Stalk Rots in Corn, Saving Soil Moisture

Market Journal: Stalk Rots in Corn, Saving Soil Moisture September 28, 2018

On this week's Market Journal Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist Tamra Jackson-Ziems discusses stalk rots of corn, including how to identify them and what to do if your corn has stalk rot. View this segment. See a related story on corn stalk rots in the Sept. 14 CropWatch.

Other segments this week:

Market Analysis

Scott Brown, University of Missouri Extension Ag Economist, discusses the current cattle on feed report. He also discusses how the hog market has been affected by Hurricane Florence. 

Retaining Water

University of Nebraska Extension Educator Steve Melvin explains how producers can keep water in their soil throughout winter using cover crops and irrigation.

Grassland Seminar Series

Interim Director of the Center for Grassland Studies Steve Waller discusses the 24th annual Grassland Seminar Series. The series will be held on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus and will also be streamed online.  

Weather Outlook

Al Dutcher, Nebraska Extension agricultural climatologist, gives his forecast for the coming week.

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