After the Storm: Managing Crop Damage
June 23, 2022
Experts in agronomy and agricultural economics from Nebraska Extension's Hail Know team cover options for dealing with damaged commodities from a production perspective and discuss the role of crop insurance.
Storm Damage Recovery, Options for Crop Producers to be Covered in June 16 Webinar
June 10, 2022
Experts in agronomy and agricultural economics from Nebraska Extension's Hail Know team will cover options for dealing with damaged commodities from a production perspective and discuss the role of crop insurance.
Hail Damage Assessment Resources
June 10, 2022
A variety of resources are available to help Nebraska producers affected by recent hail events with assessing damage, recovery and replant options, as well as crop insurance considerations.
Farmers: Know How to Respond to Hail Damage
July 19, 2021
In the aftermath of the severe hail, farmers have numerous tasks to complete before replanting or destroying damaged crops. CropWatch's Hail Know resource can assist producers with each step of the process.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Making Decisions on Weather-damaged Crops, Summer Grazing Precautions
July 7, 2021
Considerations for selling wheat straw during increased demand, avoiding hazards that accompany grazing summer annual forages, and options for crops that have been severely damaged by wind and hail.
New Late-Season Hail Videos Added to Hail Know
August 24, 2018
This week four new videos were added to the Hail Know section in CropWatch to address crop assessment and management options after late-season hail, including weed management, cover crops, and forage options.
Photo Report of Hail Damage in Howard County
August 17, 2018
Photos by Extension Educator Troy Ingram of extensive hail and storm damage after an Aug. 16 storm in Howard County. Includes video on benefits of planting cover crops into fields devastated by late-season hail.
Q&A: What are Some Forage Options for Hailed Soybeans?
August 1, 2018
Before using hailed soybean for grazing or planting in a cover crop intended for forage, there are several important things you'll want to check.