Gage County Agronomy Information

 

Gage County Agronomy Information

Timely Topics and Program Announcement



Pesticide Applicator Information
         ----- (required for initial training/optional for re-certification)
Pesticide Safety Education Homepage (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
 
Field Crop Information
 
Crop Variety Testing (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) - current & prior results
Crop Watch - news service from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 
Surviving High Input Costs in Crop Production - Nebraska Extension web resource
 
Organic Seed Finder - seeds for Field Crops, Fruits & Vegetables, and other - hosted by Association of Official Seed Certifying Agencies
 
Agribusiness Organizations
 
 
EDEN - (Extension Disaster Education Network) reducing the impact of disasters through education.
LEAD - (Leadership Education/Action Development) - Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council
 
Agricultural Marketing Resource Center - a national information resource for value-added agriculture
Library of Crop Technology - is a continually growing open collection of internet-based education resources.  Lesson modules feature unbiased, research-based information focused on plant genetics, genetic engineering, and biochemistry.
Soy Stats - American Soybean Association
 
Farm Management Decision Tools
Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management - including Nitrogen Fertilizer Recommendation Calculators
Ag Decision Maker (Iowa State) - Cost of Crop Production calculator, Cost of Livestock Production calculator, Whole Farm Cost & Return calculator, etc. - Iowa State
Corn Stalk Grazing Calculator- (down-loadable Excel file) allows users to consider corn yield as criteria for calculating the worth of cornstalks for animal performance
 
 
Entomology
 
 
Plant Pathology
the Plant Diagnositics Information Systems (PDIS) has been developed to facilitate plant disease diagnosis, plant identification, and insect identification.
Stop Soybean Rust - brought to you by AgProfessional magazine; Greenbook (Chemical Label Reference) and sponsored by the Soybean Checkoff
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Weed Science Department