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The Knorr-Holden Plot is currently supervised by Bijesh Maharjan, soil and nutrient management specialist at the UNL Panhandle Research and Extension Center.
Figure 1. A wheat field day at the High Plains Ag Lab in Cheyenne County on June 15. The majority of fields visited in southern Nebraska this week had only trace levels of Fusarium head blight, but moderate to high levels of FHB were observed in susceptible varieties in a state variety trial in Red Willow County.
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.
The Henry J. Stumpf International Wheat Center will be one of several stops along the 2021 Annual Annual Technical Tours and Banquet in western Nebraska.
What Have We Learned about Soybean Seed Constituents in Irrigated and Dryland Producer Fields in Nebraska?
Based on June 1 conditions, Nebraska's 2021 winter wheat crop is forecast at 39.8 million bushels, up 17% from last year's crop, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Trace to Low Levels of Fusarium Head Blight Observed in Growers’ Fields in South-central and Southeast Nebraska
Figure 1. Fusarium head blight in a grower’s field in Nuckolls County on June 8.
This week, Extension Educator Ben Beckman discusses options for producers facing short pastures with cool-season grasses.