N Field Observations for This Week

N Field Observations for This Week

Each week Nebraska Extension professionals share their field observations on Twitter. You can find these reports by searching the hashtag #NField on Twitter or by checking back here.

#NField Reports - June 22-26, 2020

This week, Megan Taylor shares tips for avoiding power lines while spraying as well as what to do if you have an incident, Steve Melvin talks about irrigating vegetative corn, and Kat Caswell talks about hairy vetch for those new to cover crops.

#NField Reports - June 15-19, 2020

This week, Aaron Nygren looks at Iron Deficiency Chlorosis in soybeans including ways to avoid it, Megan Taylor is checking out rapid growth syndrome or twisted whorl corn as well as how the hot, dry weather is affecting alfalfa, and Kat Caswell looks at field pea conditions.

#NField Reports - June 8-12, 2020

This week, Brian Krienke and Chuck Burr discuss scouting for salt damage, Megan Taylor talks about identifying waterhemp and Palmer amaranth, and Amy Timmerman looks at hail damage in Northern Nebraska.

#NField Reports - June 1-5, 2020

This week, Sarah Sivits talks about post-emergence herbicide in corn, Chuck Burr takes a look at this year's UNL-TAPS sorghum competition, Kat Caswell compares spring and winter wheat, and Aaron Nygren and Megan Taylor share tips for taking corn stands.

#NField Reports - May 23-29, 2020

This week, Megan Taylor talks about alfalfa weevil, scouting, and what to do about it. Sarah Sivits and Amy Timmerman talk about what they are seeing in Nebraska's wet cornfields.

#NField Reports - May 16-22, 2020

This week, Amy Timmerman discusses soybean stand, emergence, and seed corn maggots. Megan Taylor and Aaron Nygren talks about GDD/GDU tools for tracking corn emergence, as well as scouting for summer annuals and the options for dealing with them.

#NField Reports - May 9-15, 2020

This week, Chuck Burr and Paul Jasa share thoughts about row cleaners. Amy Timmerman, Sarah Sivits and Megan Taylor report on what they are seeing in fields after the cold and frosty weather.

#NField reports on Twitter