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Anyone wishing to apply fertilizer or pesticides to land or crops in or with water through an on-farm irrigation system must obtain a chemigation applicator certificate. Check here for more information on the chemigation program and a link to training dates in your area can be found towards the middle of their webpage.
Latest Updates from cropwatch.unl.edu
- Some Fields Doing Better Than Expected Without Irrigation, Some Not
- Update on Canal Repairs Affecting North Platte River Valley Growers in Nebraska and Wyoming
- Irrigation Tunnel Collapse Found to be an Insurable Event
- Extension Crop and Pest Reports (August 19-23)
- Managing a Farm/Ranch Transfer to the Next Generation
- Scheduling the Last Irrigations in a Year with Delayed Crop Maturity
- 3-Year Average Winter Wheat Trial Data Posted
- Data for Forecasted Corn Yields as of August 21, 2019