Achieving major advances in crop production while preserving Nebraska's healthy agricultural ecosystems is the topic of a panel discussion Nov. 25, the first of the 2019-2020 Heuermann Lectures. Attend in person or view live online.
The public is invited to UNL's East Campus Thursday, Oct. 24, to view and participate in the filming of the “U.S. Farm Report,” a syndicated television show focused on news from the agriculture and agribusiness.
Integrating cover crops, maximizing irrigation efficiency, managing risk, and making your farm more weather resilient are among the crop production topics being presented in the Big Red Building at Husker Harvest Days Sept. 9-11. Bring your plant samples and ask questions of Extension crop experts.
Ron Rosati, dean of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, is retiring as of Aug. 5. He plans to continue his service to Nebraska as senior adviser for the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture in Kigali, Rwanda.
The fall 2018 issue of IANR's Growing magazine focuses on water stewardship, Nebraska's long history of irrigation development, and a new study of potential links between irrigation, cloud formation, and rainfall.