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Expanding the Integrated Weed Management Toolbox: Winter Cover Crop Impacts on Weed Dynamics in Eastern, Central Nebraska
There are five dates scheduled for free, in-person farm and ag law clinics in April.
This free Center for Agricultural Profitability webinar provides strategies for dealing with the stress of farming or ranching in today’s difficult economic environment.
Producers surveyed across the U.S. intend to plant a record high 91.0 million acres of soybeans in 2022, up 4% from last year, while corn acreage is expected to decrease by 4%.
The Crowdsourcing Team will have its own plot at WCREEC and compete in real time against all traditionally participating competitors of the 2022 TAPS sprinkler corn contest using a majority rule decision-making process.
The workshop covered 2022 cash rental rates, land values, leasing strategies, landlord-tenant communication, farm and ranch succession planning and an overview of farm programs for landowners.
Extension educators explain how to replace costly nitrogen fertilizer with legumes in grazeland and select alfalfa varieties for disease resistance.
Julie Batie-Louden and her father, Don Batie.
Update by Environmental Protection Agency on Enlist Products: What Does that Mean for Nebraska Growers?
For the week ending March 27, 2022, winter wheat crop condition was at 47% fair, 24% good.
This webinar will give participants a better understanding of how drought impacts forage production on native rangeland, trigger dates and management options for cattle producers at each date.
Nebraska Extension Educator Gary Stone (left) demonstrates how to set a siphon tube to fifth graders from local Panhandle schools during a recent water education day. In the Nebraska Panhandle, Gary Stone is raining down knowledge to local farmers looking for a little help. Find out what he's been up to out west in this installment of Digging into Extension.
The latest CPC outlook reports above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation are expected to continue in Nebraska until the end of summer.
According to preliminary findings by the National center for Environmental Information, the 2021-22 winter season ranked as fourth-driest on record for the state of Nebraska.
Extension educators review preliminary results from the Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market survey on pasture rental rates, and tips on fertilizing cool-season grass pastures.
Figure 1. Center pivot irrigation systems dot the landscape along the South Platte River. On the North Platte River, Lake McConaughy reservoir stores water which is later used for irrigation. (Photo credit: Google Earth)