In addition to in-person and online training sessions, individuals can recertify their pesticide applicator licenses at five conferences in 2023, including Nebraska Extension's Crop Production Clinics beginning Jan. 4 across the state.
As crop residues provide numerous benefits for soil health and water availability, crop growers should weigh the pros and cons of leaving crop residue in the field — particularly those who farm dryland ground.
Created to enhance the technical soil-related knowledge of farmers and ag industry professionals, the new Nebraska Soil Health School workshop will be hosted in three locations across Nebraska in 2023.
Dr. Travis Prochaska of Nebraska Extension talks about his experiences serving as an educator in North Dakota and Nebraska, including the different crops he's worked with, and pests and diseases in his accountability region.
In this installment of Pasture and Forage Minute, extension educators review the most effective strategies for controlling Eastern red cedar trees, and managing net wrap and twine issues for livestock.