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Now through April, USDA NASS will survey Nebraska farmers and ranchers about agroforestry practices they may use on their land, including windbreaks, silvopasture, riparian forest buffers, alley cropping, forest farming and multi-story cropping.
During the spring session, UNL professors and other industry professionals will present on a variety of topics, including ag biotech, precision agriculture, weed management, plant disease, soil health, rice crop production and more.
Environmental Protection Agency Renews Enlist Product Registrations with New Control Measures: What Does that Mean for Nebraska Growers?
For the week ending Jan. 23, 2022, winter wheat condition rated 33% good, 45% fair.
This webinar provides an update on farm programs, and discusses the path ahead as initial ideas and plans begin to surface for the next farm bill due in 2023.
Nathan Mueller (left), Nebraska Extension educator, assesses an on-farm experiment with a producer participating in the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network. (Photo by Laura Thompson) Collaborating with researchers from numerous nations worldwide, Nebraska Extension Educator Laura Thompson co-authored a new academic article that demonstrates the value of coordinating with growers to produce agronomic research data.
Local growers visit with extension educator Nathan Mueller (far right) during a 2019 Nebraska On-Farm Research Network research results update meeting. The 2021 on-farm research growers will present results on numerous projects, including Xyway in-furrow fungicide, hydraulic downforce, starter fertilizer, nitrogen rate and timing, sensor-based fertigation and N management, Pivot Bio PROVEN and more.
Winter wheat seeded area for 2022 is up 1% from 2021's seeded acres.