Megan Taylor - Extension Educator

UNL variety trials conducted in eastern Nebraska are an important process to help guide grower’s variety selection.
Figure 1. UNL variety trials conducted in eastern Nebraska are an important process to help guide grower’s variety selection.

Winter Wheat Varieties with an Eastern Nebraska Fit

September 27, 2018
Winter wheat growers in eastern Nebraska will want to check out the newer winter wheat varieties described here as well as a table of comparable traits to aid in selecting a variety best suited for their operation.

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Corn leaves can turn red when the sugars from the photosynthesis process build up in leaves and stalks when there aren't enough kernels to store the sugar. (Photos by Megan Taylor)
Corn leaves and stalks can take on a red appearance now due to stresses earlier in the season that affected plant photosynthetic processes.

Red Corn Q & A

August 24, 2018
Are you seeing red (in your corn)? Corn leaves and stalks can take on a red appearance now due to stresses earlier in the season that affected plant photosynthetic processes. Here's why.

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Figure 1. Comparison of lesions of gray leaf spot (left) near Duncan and bacterial leaf spot near Cornlea. (Photos by Megan Taylor)

Extension Crop & Field Report

July 20, 2018
Insects and diseases are the most common issues in this report from east central Nebraska.

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Flex-Ro Bot working in a soybean field

Extension Crop Reports (Aug. 5-9)

Crop and field reports from Extension Educators.

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