Understanding Soil Residual Nitrogen and its Dollar Value for Next Crop
March 14, 2023
For producers planning corn-on-corn this growing season, there may be a substantial opportunity to reduce nitrogen fertilizer applications, as drought and reduced yields likely left higher-than-normal residual N in many fields.
Husker Faculty will Discuss Digital Ag at Commodity Classic
March 2, 2023
Two university faculty members will highlight their research on remote sensing in nitrogen fertilizer management and share insights on what the data-driven “farm of the future” will look like.
Farmer Focus: Wheat Producer Explores NinjaAg’s Performance in Nitrogen Management
October 12, 2022
Results of Nebraska farmer Monte Murkle's on-farm research study to determine whether a variable rate nitrogen prescription is an improvement to his traditional flat-rate nitrogen management.
Another Dry Year: What to Know About Leftover Nitrogen in Soil Following Dry Conditions
September 28, 2022
In irrigated or dryland areas with normal production, management practices may continue as normal, but for dryland areas with drastic yield reductions, there is potential for nitrogen fertilizer adjustment for the 2023 crop.
Farmer Focus: Producer Engages in On-Farm Research Project to Cut Input Costs
July 14, 2022
Results of one Nebraska grower's on-farm research on reducing nitrogen inputs by using a Trimble GreenSeeker crop sensor and Corteva's Granular Insights decision support system.
UNL is Helping Build a Tool to Optimize Soybean Management Decisions
June 9, 2022
UNL is seeking producers willing to provide field and management data that will be used in the development of a new online cropping system optimization decision tool for soybean farmers.
Farmer Focus: Nebraska Growers Put Pivot Bio to the Test Via On-Farm Research Studies
April 7, 2022
This first installment of Nebraska On-Farm Research's new series highlights research done by two Nebraska farm families and a crop consultant on Pivot Bio products.
Considerations for In-season Nitrogen Management in Corn
March 30, 2022
Most areas in Nebraska likely haven't had significant nitrogen losses to already applied nitrogen, but unfavorable soil conditions during nitrogen application and precipitation in April could lead to additional losses.