Private pesticide trainings will be held for farmers and ranchers who need to renew their certified private pesticide applicator’s license or anyone who wants to become certified.
Population growth puts a greater stress on expanding yields for food, which still encouraging resource stewardship. To help meet this challenge, we share unbiased, research‐based information for a diversified agricultural audience.
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Custer County Chemigation Training will be held on Friday, February 21st in Broken Bow at the 4-H Building. If you missed the training in Custer County, here are the Chemigation Training Locations still available.
The 2019 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Highlights Report has been completed. After record high land values in 2014, this marks the fifth year of consecutive decline in real estate values in Nebraska. This report will show the values for regions in the state as well as discussion from panels on the trends we can expect in those regions. A special feature of this report is the section covering emerg
The rental rates for crop and pasture ground are compiled in January of each year. In February the rates are shared with land owners and producers. If you would like to be on our mailing list to receive this information as soon as it is available, please contact the Nebraska Extension in Custer County office at 308-872-6831. For your convenience the current and previous years rates can be viewed anytime.
Every two years Nebraska custom operators are surveyed to determine the current rates charged for machine custom applications in the state. It is divided into two parts, Part I is spring and summer applications. Part II is made up of the fall applications and miscellaneous categories. Full summaries from this survey, including district as well as state data, are published as a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Circular
CropWatch is a weekly update of information about all things Crop in Nebraska including row crop, weed management, fertilizer management, weather, crop reports, crop resources, farm management, and much more. You can view the most up to date CropWatch information or subscribe with your email to receive this timely information right in your inbox.
Latest Updates from cropwatch.unl.edu
- CARES Act Implications on Tax Planning for Farmers
- 2020 Corn Yield Forecasts as of August 4
- Crop Diseases Spreading and Increasing
- Evaluating Alfalfa Stands Part 1 - Using the Hay Square Method
- Nebraska Crop Progress Report for Aug. 3
- Extension Crop and Pest Reports (Aug. 3-7)
- Preparing Yourself for Corn Under $3 Per Bushel
- Disease Reports from the UNL Diagnostic Clinic – July 31