USDA Farm Service Agency Disaster Programs Webinar
March 16, 2023
Learn more about two new USDA programs created to assist farmers and ranchers with natural disaster and pandemic-related losses in this Center for Agricultural Profitability webinar.
February 2023 Brings Wet and Warm Conditions East, Cold and Drier Conditions West
March 15, 2023
Several areas of Nebraska had a one- to two-category improvement in drought conditions throughout the winter season, which has been the fifth wettest winter on record for the state.
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.
December's Stormy Weather Continues Into January
February 16, 2023
January ranked as the third-wettest on record for Nebraska, with six storm systems resulting in above-normal precipitation for the entire state.
December 2022 was Stormy and Colder than Normal
February 1, 2023
In addition to below-normal temperatures closing out 2022 in Nebraska, last year also ranks as the fourth-driest on record for the state.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Mid-winter Cornstalk Grazing, Pasture Lease Drought Considerations
January 13, 2023
Extension educators discuss to how best graze cornstalks during the winter, and how to approach pasture leases when severe drought has affected forage production.
Fall Precipitation Recap — Winter/Spring Weather Thoughts
December 14, 2022
State Climatologist Al Dutcher weighs in on what it will take to get adequate soil moisture recharge this winter and predictions for next spring's weather patterns.
Confronting Cropping Challenges Program to be Offered in November and December 2022
November 8, 2022
This year's program will provide growers with extension insights on corn tar spot, drift management and drought-related considerations such as irrigation, and herbicide and nutrient carryover.