Tyler Williams - Cropping Systems Extension Educator

Tyler Williams

Blog: Ag Climate Nebraska

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Eastern Nebraska wheat field that yielded more than 110 bu/ac.
Figure 1. High yields (more than 100 bushels per acre) were harvested in some eastern Nebraska winter wheat fields this year.

Recap of 2017 Eastern Nebraska Winter Wheat Crop August 31, 2017

While final USDA yield numbers aren't in yet, it looks like 2017 wheat yields could rival the 2016 yields in portions of eastern Nebraska, based on state variety trials and extension educator reports. See the breakdowns by district.

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Figure 1. No-till planted winter wheat emerging after soybeans in eastern Nebraska.
Figure 1. No-till planted winter wheat emerging after soybeans in eastern Nebraska.

Wheat Planting Practices for Eastern Nebraska August 31, 2017

While many growers are thinking of fall harvest, others are preparing to plant their next wheat crop. Based on information from farmers, agronomists, and researchers, outlined here are seven key steps to help ensure a successful wheat crop.

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Farm Progress Daily Wheat Interview
Farm Progress Daily Wheat Interview

Why Grow Winter Wheat in Eastern Nebraska? August 31, 2017

The winter wheat varieties planted in eastern Nebraska today can yield upward of 140 bu/ac under good management and weather. If you haven't planted wheat in several years, consider today's advanced genetics and these other benefits from integrating wheat into your rotation.

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UNL AgriTools App

In-Season Use of the AgriTools App July 20, 2017

The Nebraska Extension AgriTools app puts key weather and climate information targeted to Nebraska agricultural production as close as your phone. iPhone available now and Android version coming soon!

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US map of hail events

Hail: Pre- and Post-Event Risk Management Considerations May 25, 2017

Severe weather, especially hail, is common during the Nebraska growing season. The impact to crops, structures, and equipment can be devastating, but planning and responding properly can save you time, money, and stress.

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saturated corn field

Potential Impact on Crops from Changes in Spring Climate Trends April 7, 2017

A shift toward warmer and wetter springs may create opportunities and also challenges for Nebraska farmers. The change may alter the timing of many agricultural processes, management decisions, pest pressures as well as growing season length. This article outlines potential impacts and their effects in a number of these areas.

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Schedule of Successful Farmer Series Programs
Schedule of Successful Farmer Series Programs

Southeast Nebraska Successful Farmer Series Starts Dec. 16 November 18, 2016

Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County will be hosting a Successful Farmer Series of workshops this winter to focus on timely topics in today's agriculture. Farm owners and operators can attend one or all of the workshops.

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Harvest 2016 — When Corn Yields are Below Expectations October 14, 2016

A review of 2016 growing conditions across Nebraska sheds light on a number of factors that may have contributed to reduced yield in individual fields. An understanding of these factors may be helpful when selecting seed for 2017.

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