Deloris Pittman - Marketing and Promotions Manager for Eastern Nebraska REC
January 20, 2022
Topics of this year's conference will include incorporating manure into a cropping system, using cover crops for weed suppression, winter hardy small grains for grazing and silage, cover crop planting equipment options and more.
Extension educator Justin McMechan (far right) speaks to attendees during a past Soybean Management Field Day.
August 5, 2021
The event consists of four stops across the state, each with replicated research, demonstration plots, and Q&As with agronomists, plant disease experts and insect specialists.
The 2021 Crop Management Diagnostic Clinics will highlight the latest research on corn and soybean production, with live plot demonstrations and training sessions with CCA credits. The corn production clinic is Aug. 25, and soybeans are the focus of the Aug. 26 clinic.
August 5, 2021
In-field training during the clinic includes plot observations for crop growth and development at a range of vegetative/reproductive growth stages, with CCA credits available for both days.
The July 28 SCAL Field Day will focus on field trials and discussions on improved crop production and profitability.
July 13, 2021
Current field trials and topics focusing on improved crop production and profitability will be featured during the free field day at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s South Central Agricultural Laboratory.
April 20, 2021
For the first time, the Crop Management Diagnostic Clinics — which can be used to earn Certified Crop Advisor continuing education credits — are offered via an e-learning online option.
April 14, 2021
A training course for summer employees working in the ag industry, as well as corn and soybean growers wanting to learn how to better manage corn and soybean pests.
April 1, 2021
This year's conference featured seminars on soiling sensing, using aerial imagery to analyze cover crop impacts, optimizing cover crop investments and more.
Farm Stat, a new online tool, allows producers or agronomists to specify how many treatments and replications their unique study had and then enter their data for a complete statistical analysis of variance, which can be saved as a PDF.
March 12, 2021
Created by the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network, Farm Stat is a free program that enables growers and agronomists to easily run statistical analysis of their own research studies.