Cropping & Water Systems

 

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Cropping & Water Systems

August 16, 2018

Corn & Soybean Pests

There are a couple crop pests I’d like to ask farmers, field scouts, crop consultants, or anyone else that is out in corn and soybean fields to help me identify. These are both relatively new in Nebraska and we are just learning more about them. Let’s take soybeans first.

August 9, 2018

Watering Lawns

Until recently, we’ve had timely rains most of the summer and supplemental water demands for our turf have been minimal. About a week ago, I watered my lawn for only the second time all summer. However, looking at the extended forecast with above average temperatures and below normal precipitation for the majority of August, watering our lawns may become critical.

August 2, 2018

Soybean Management Field Days

For 20 years, Soybean Management Field Days have helped Nebraska soybean growers stay competitive in the global marketplace. These programs focus on bringing research-based information to local farms. Last year we hosted one of these in Burt County.

July 25, 2018

“S” is for Scouting, Soybeans & SCN

July 19, 2018 

World Cup of Tomatoes

July 12, 2018

Yellow Nutsedge Control