2021 Pea Variety Trial Results Available Online
February 10, 2022
Pea variety trials were conducted at three dryland sites in the Panhandle and southwest Nebraska — Box Butte County (19 varieties), Cheyenne County (19 varieties) and Perkins County (25 varieties) — plus two irrigated trials in Scottsbluff and Cheyenne County.
2021 Nebraska Dry Edible Bean Trial Results Available
January 6, 2022
Results of the 2021 variety trials for dry edible beans conducted by the University of Nebraska Panhandle Research and Extension Center are now available on CropWatch.
UNL Researchers Debut New Interactive Wheat Variety App
November 16, 2021
The new Wheat Variety App brings interactivity to UNL's annual variety testing results, enabling viewers to filter the data and build a custom, printable report — all in one easy-to-use online tool.
UNL Field Pea Variety Trial Field Days Scheduled for June 15-16 in Alliance, Sidney, Grant
May 27, 2021
UNL's field pea variety trial plot tours will provide an opportunity for farmers and others to learn more about new varieties and other topics relevant to wheat and pea.
High Plains Ag Lab Field Day June 15 will be Face-to-Face, and Include Anniversary Celebration
May 27, 2021
The High Plains Ag Lab (HPAL) June Field Day and 50th (+1) Anniversary Celebration on Tuesday, June 15 will showcase current research at HPAL and recognize the past half-century of service to agriculture in the region.
With Transition to Panhandle, UNL Variety Testing Program Moves Beyond Winter Wheat
April 8, 2021
UNL's variety testing program is expanding research on numerous crops relevant to Nebraska crop producers and food processors.
2020 Pea Variety Trial Results Available Online
December 3, 2020
Pea variety trials were conducted at three sites in the Panhandle and southwest Nebraska: Box Butte County near Alliance (28 varieties), Cheyenne County near Sidney (28 varieties), and Perkins County near Venango (33 varieties). Results are now available.
2020 Corn Hybrid Trial Data Available
October 29, 2020
This year, the Nebraska State Variety Trial team resumed corn hybrid trials. These were planted at four rainfed sites (Saunders, Clay, Perkins, and Cheyenne counties) and two irrigated sites (Clay and Perkins counties).