A view of one of this year's Crop Production Clinics presentations, which were offered in an online format, with recordings and presentation PDFs available online for viewing on demand.
Center pivot irrigation in Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska. (Photo by Gary Stone)
Nebraska Extension and the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture will again be offering a student gardening competition this summer. | Shutterstock
Pasture and Forage Minute: Adjusting Stocking Rates, Baleage Equipment and Summer Annual Grass Control
If there are changes to your animal intake or pasture productivity, it can disrupt the balance of your stocking rate. Annual evaluation is necessary to maintain an equitable distribution of animals on your pastures.
Free legal and financial clinics are being offered for farmers and ranchers across the state in May 2021, providing one-on-one meetings with an agricultural law attorney and an agricultural financial counselor.
These photos depict a field that is being monitored for soil and air temperatures under corn and soybean residue and living rye cover crop at York, Nebraska. (Photos by Jenny Rees)
The best reason to use starter is when your field is deficient in one or more nutrients.
Figure 1. Aphid mummies in south central Nebraska alfalfa field. (Photo by Andrew Cantrell)
This week, Extension Plant Pathologist Tamra Jackson-Ziems shares information on a new soybean foliar fungicide survey and its importance for Nebraska farmers.
Hosted by Samantha Teten and Jackson Stansell — graduate students in UNL's Department of Biological Systems Engineering and Nebraska Extension Digital Agriculture team members — FarmBits Podcast is a weekly series highlighting new innovations and trends in digital agriculture through interviews with academic experts, farmers and industry specialists.