#NField Observations for February 2021
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 - Feb 6-Feb. 19, 2021
This week, West Central Research & Extension Center educator Ben Beckman discusses the difference between fall dormancy and winter survival when selecting an alfalfa variety.
Fall Dormancy and Winter Survival are easy to confuse when selecting an #alfalfa variety. We take a look on #Nfield.— Ben Beckman (@HuskerHerdsman) February 6, 2021
Fall Dormancy = preparation for winter and recovery
Winter Survival =ability to endure when dormant@ForagesGuy @UNLBeef @UNL_CropWatch pic.twitter.com/RAeNDMxPTO
#NField Reports - Jan. 22-Feb. 5, 2021
This week, Cropping Systems educator Melissa Bartels previews the upcoming 2021 Cover Crops and Soil Health Conference, and Extension educator Aaron Nygren offers tips on how to get prepared for chemigation training sessions beginning this month in Nebraska.
One WEEK till the Nebraska #covercrops and #soilhealth Conference join virtually or in-person Feb. 11 from 1 to 4:30 PM CST, For more information and to register visit https://t.co/MyUpIcSFHO @NESoybeanBoard @UNL_CropWatch @croptechcafe @glesoing2 @ColfaxCountyExt #nfield pic.twitter.com/lcPzzUfzMe— Melissa Bartels (@Crops_MelissaB) February 4, 2021
It's too cold for #NField out in the field today, so let's talk about 2021 #NebExt #chemigation training options!— Aaron Nygren (@ColfaxCountyExt) January 22, 2021
▪️In-person training - Call your local extension office to register for dates/times in your area
▪️Online training - Go to https://t.co/6cfbK6rIOK @UNL_CropWatch pic.twitter.com/TV46gpxo9h
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