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Grain Marketing Lingo: Common Phrases

February 18, 2021
Nebraska Extension educators break down the meaning of common phrases in commodity marketing for a simpler approach to selling your crops.

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Grain Marketing Lingo — Trading Codes

February 2, 2021
Confused by trading codes? Extension educator Jessica Groskopf sheds light on what each code component represents in a contract — and what it means for your grain marketing strategy.

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Virtual 2020 Nebraska Soybean Day & Machinery Expo Set for Dec. 17

December 3, 2020
The Virtual 2020 Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo will assist soybean growers in planning for next year’s growing season. Growers should expect discussion on the challenges of the past year and a focus on making the new year profitable.

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Managing Diseases Starts NOW with Seed Selection

November 19, 2020
Now is the perfect time to think about how you can minimize diseases next growing season. Planting disease-resistant hybrids and varieties may be a more economical way to manage certain diseases, reduce disease severity and reduce dependence on pesticides.

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Nebraska Extension and Nebraska Soybean Board Launch Soybean Management Virtual Field Days

November 12, 2020
The Soybean Management Field Days moved online for the first time ever due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Growers can view presentations or listen to the podcasts presented by Nebraska Extension specialists and educators.

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Soybean Micronutrient Management in Southeast Nebraska: Chloride

November 11, 2020
In soybeans, chloride is needed for osmotic regulation in plant cells. Deficiency symptoms are not clearly described but may include chlorosis and wilting of leaves in soybeans. Toxicity symptoms include leaf tip scorching, premature yellowing or bronzing of leaves, and leaf loss.

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USEPA Approves Three Dicamba Products for Five Years

October 29, 2020
On Oct 27, 2020, The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) announced a new 5-year registration for XtendiMax® and Engenia, and re-registered Tavium (a premix of dicamba and S-metolachlor).

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Soybean Micronutrient Management in Southeast Nebraska: Boron

October 29, 2020
In soybeans, boron is needed for cell walls during cellular expansion and normal development of nitrogen-fixing root nodules. Overall, soybeans are rather insensitive to boron deficiency but very sensitive to toxicity, including scorching/necrosis on the leaf edges.

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