Nebraska Corn Board

Grain silos on farm at dusk
The Nebraska Corn Board and Nebraska Soybean Board encourage those who work in and around grain bins to have a plan in place for safety and to properly learn safety steps. With proper safety procedures, grain bin accidents are preventable.

Grain Safety Takes Center Stage: Nebraska Corn Board, Nebraska Soybean Board Promote Stand Up 4 Grain Safety Week

March 25, 2024
The Stand Up 4 Grain Safety Week initiative strives to raise awareness among farmers and ag workers about the importance of safety when working in and around grain bins, and overall safety practices on the farm.

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Attendees of expo listen to presentation
The Eastern Nebraska Corn and Soybean Expo on Jan. 25 combines two events at the University of Nebraska Eastern Nebraska Research, Extension and Education Center near Mead, Nebraska.

Eastern Nebraska Corn and Soybean Expo Combines Two Events on Jan. 25

January 4, 2024
Free to attend, the new corn and soybean expo combines two previous extension events — the Fremont Corn Expo and Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo — into one full day of research, presentations, industry updates and more.

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Corn plant leaves
Figure 1. Corn plant leaves exhibiting zinc deficiency (left) and iron chlorosis symptoms.

Newly Revised NebGuide: Micronutrient Management in Nebraska

April 24, 2018
A new NebGuide, Micronutrient Management in Nebraska, addresses issues of micronutrient fertilizer use with a focus on zinc and iron; other sections include micronutrient availability in soils, plant sampling, iron chlorosis, and micronutrient toxicities.

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Grain Marketing Workshops Sign

Improve Your Grain Marketing at Winter Workshops

January 26, 2018
Learn how to protect your farm operation from adverse market movements at one of the Nebraska Extension Grain Marketing Workshops being held this winter. The sessions are designed to help grain producers minimize losses during this time of low grain prices.

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Project SENSE high-tech sensors operating in Corn
Figure 1. Participants can view crop nitrogen sensors and high-clearance nitrogen equipment in action at Project SENSE update sessions in August. (Photos by Laura Thompson)

View High-Tech Sensors in Action at Project SENSE Updates

July 20, 2017
Participants can view crop nitrogen sensors and high-clearance nitrogen equipment in action at Project SENSE update sessions at 5 sites this August.

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Nebraska Soybean and Corn Field Guide Cover

New Pocket Field Guide for Nebraska Soybean and Corn Growers

April 28, 2017
Nebraska farmers now have a new field resource to aid in identifying plant and pest problems in their soybean and corn fields. The Nebraska Soybean and Corn Pocket Field Guide provides information and photos to help farmers identify problems they may encounter during the growing season. The 380-page pocket-sized production guide was produced by a team of University of Nebraska researchers and Extension faculty, and funded by the Nebraska Soybean Board (NSB), Nebraska Corn Board (NCB), and the United Soybean Board (USB). Editors were Jim Specht, soybean physiologist/geneticist and University of Nebraska professor emeritus, and Tom Hoegemeyer, corn breeder and UNL adjunct professor of practice.

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