CropWatch May 15, 2015
- Freeze-Damaged Winter Wheat in the Panhandle including management options.
- Assessing Freeze Injury to Wheat
- Differentiating Symptoms of Soilborne Diseases from Winter Injury in Wheat
- Severity of Wheat Diseases and Risk of Fusarium Head Blight Increasing
- UNL Wheat Plot Tours Scheduled for June
- Modes of Action and Resistance Action. What are they and why is rotating them critical to resistance management.
- Wait for Better Conditions Before Heading Out on Wet Soils
- Avoid Planting Too Shallow
- Central Seed Hopper Planters May Need More Weight to Achieve Proper Seeding Depth
Soil Fertility Management
- DiFlexx™: A New Dicamba-Based Corn Herbicide
- Tips for Applying Soil Residual Herbicides after Corn Emergence
- Keep Stored Grain Cool and Dry this Summer. What to check and when to aerate so grain doesn't go out of condition.
- Irrigation Management Tools and Cost-Share Programs. Soil moisture sensors can help you reduce input costs and water use, plus many NRDs provide cost assistance.
- Soil Moisture Update May 5, 2015
IANR & Extension
- Market Journal on corn scouting for diseases and insects, how Japan utilizes Nebraska grains, market analysis, and the forecast for the next week.
- Plan, Track On-Farm Research With New UNL Mobile App
- Reminder: Extension Offers Tractor Safety Course for Teens beginning May 27
- Annie's Project Course on Farm Transition Planning