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The July 29 SCAL Field Day will focus on field trials and discussions on improved crop production and profitability.
This week, Nebraska Extension Range and Forage Specialist Jerry Volesky shares his tips on producing quality hay from summer annual grasses like sorghum-sudangrass hybrids, forage sorghum and pearl millet.
In this photo from the Platte Basin Timelapse Project, an irrigation canal delivers water to farmland in Scotts Bluff County. Scotts Bluff National Monument is on the horizon.
Photo 1. Rhizoctonia root rot of soybeans. Lesions near the soil line tend to be sunken and dry.
The growth stage of corn during WBC flight is critical as moths prefer to lay their eggs on corn plants between the late whorl to early tassel stage. Survival of young WBC larvae is highest if they can feed on newly emerged tassel prior to moving into the ears.
The Yield Forecasting Center (YFC) will provide real-time information on corn phenology and forecasts of corn yield potential every three weeks, starting in mid-July, to aid growers and ag industry in making management, logistics, and marketing decisions through the 2021 season.
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With in-person meetings resuming, there are seven dates and locations set for free farm and ag law clinics in July.
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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.
ETgage installed near soybean field.