Soybean field

Crop Progress: Corn Planting Makes Slight Gain, Soybeans Fall Further Behind 2021 Pace

May 18, 2022
While corn planting made a 6% improvement over last week, soybean planting fell behind another 9% in comparison to last year's pace in May.

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Crop Progress: Soil Moisture Rebounds as Planting Fully Underway

May 11, 2022
As of May 8, Nebraska farmers had begun planting sorghum, and soil moisture supplies were significantly improved by widespread precipitation events.

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Soybean field

Crop Progress: Corn Planting Lags Compared to 2021

May 3, 2022
Corn planting is 9% behind 2021's pace as of May 1, but soybean planting is averaging the same as prior years at 19% complete.

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TAPS Crowdsourcing Team Makes First Decisions of the Season

April 28, 2022
To date, the TAPS Crowdsourcing Team has determined a series of pre-plant decisions, including hybrid company, seed variety, population density and pre-plant nitrogen amount, with some interesting results.

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Crop Progress: Nebraska Soybean Planting Underway

April 27, 2022
Soybean planting has begun in Nebraska, and corn planted was 10% as of April 24.

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Fire Damage and Crop Residue Impacts

April 22, 2022
Extension Educator Jenny Rees shares insights on the nutrient value of crop residue and soil impacts following fires and dry conditions across the state of Nebraska.

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Broadleaf cover crop
When using a burndown herbicide to terminate broadleaf cover crops and weeds this spring, planting intervals often may negate the use of many 2,4-D products prior to Enlist E3® soybean planting. (Photos by Amit Jhala).

Which 2,4-D Product Should I Use as a Burndown Before Planting Enlist E3® Soybean?

April 22, 2022
A review of the best production options for growers who are preparing to terminate broadleaf cover crop species and winter annual broadleaf weeds using 2,4-D products.

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Farmer Focus: Nebraska Producers Evaluate Practices to Increase Soybean Yield, Profit Through the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network

April 21, 2022
Nebraska farmers highlight their results from a three-year on-farm research study that evaluated a suite of management practices to increase soybean yield and profitability.

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