Welcome to the 12th Annual Crop Production Clinics

2019 Crop Production Clinic Proceedings

Welcome to the 12th Annual Crop Production Clinics

As we look forward to the 2019 growing season I hope you find relevant, timely information to benefit you whatever your role in agriculture, as a farmer, crop consultant, pesticide applicator, or agriculture industry professional.

2019 Schedule

January 9, Gering Civic Center, Gering
January 10, Sandhills Convention Center, North Platte
January 15, LaVista Conference Center, LaVista
January 17, Holthus Convention Center, York
January 23-24, Lifelong Learning Center, Northeast Community College, Norfolk

The Clinics have a long history as a part of Nebraska Extension beginning in 1974 as the Crop Protection Clinics (1974 to 2008). In 2009 the Clinics were renamed the "Crop Production Clinics" when the content was expanded to include soil fertility, irrigation, and cropping systems in addition to pesticide safety; agribusiness marketing and management; insect, plant disease, and weed management.

The 2019 Proceedings contains articles summarizing information presented at all the Clinic locations. It is intended to be both a workbook for you to use during the clinic as well as a reference after the clinic. The proceedings are available electronically at https://cropwatch.unl.edu/cpc-proceedings-2019 and at https://www.agronomy.unl.edu/2019-CPC-Proceedings.

Again this year we selected the Clinic locations and content with the intent to provide regionally relevant information. Our hope is to provide high-impact training for Nebraska’s producers and agricultural professionals. We are continually trying to improve the program. If you have any comments or suggestions about how to continue developing the Clinics, please let us know.


Chris Proctor, Ph.D., CCA
Coordinator of the Crop Production Clinics and Weed Management Extension Educator
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, 68583 NE
Email: caproctor@unl.edu
Tel: 402-472-5411

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