Whether it is conducted at an off-campus research site, in a grower’s field, a producer’s feedlot, in a lab or in a classroom, our research is designed to seek out answers that Nebraskans can use. University of Nebraska research is conducted on a vast array of topics that are pertinent to Nebraskans. While the primary focus of research conducted within the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension (ENRE) is focused on Eastern Nebraska, our research impacts people across Nebraska, the United States, and the world. Learn about our latest research projects in the videos on this page.
Check out these short videos and learn more about our research!
|LEarn About other Research Topics|
Joe Luck, Nebraska Extension precision ag engineer, describes UNL studies using multi-hybrid planting in corn and soybean production. - Jan. 20, 2017
Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension soil scientist, explains his long-term research on phosphorous management for corn and soybean production. - Jan. 20, 2017
Roger Elmore, Nebraska Extension agronomist, gives an update on cover crops research in Nebraska - Jan. 6, 2017
|Ear Formation Issues
Justin McMechan, Nebraska Extension cropping systems specialist, describes ear formation issues corn growers reported during the 2016 season. - Dec. 30, 2016
|Preventing Hay Waste
Bruce Anderson, Nebraska Extension forage specialist, explains how hay loss can occur from different kinds of feeders or infrequent feeding. - Dec. 30, 2016
|Soybean Production Research
Loren Giesler, Nebraska Extension plant pathologist, recaps soybean diseases growers faced in 2016. Loren also discusses soybean research on seed treatments, planting populations and row spacing. - Dec. 23, 2016
|Seed Corn Selection
Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension plant pathologist, explains how seed corn variety selection can help growers manage certain diseases. - Dec. 2, 2016
|Want to "Hear" Corn Grow?
This time lapse photo sequence from a Nebraska corn field allows you to see and hear corn grow. It's thought that the crackling noise is due to tiny fractures that occur as the plan stretches, breaks, and grows again. The sequence is by Douglas Cook at the Crop Biomechanics Lab at New York University Abu Dhabi and Justin McMechan and Roger Elmore at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. - Sept. 14, 2016
|Feeding Programs that Include Corn Silage for Finishing Cattle
Presented by Galen Erickson, Nebraska Extension beef feedlot nutrition specialist at the Silage for Beef Cattle Conference, June 2016 at the University of Nebraska Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center, near Mead, NE. Sponsored by Lallemand Animal Nutrition, University of Nebraska Extension, and Iowa Beef Center. - Jul. 13, 2016
|Hail Damage Research Using a Hail Simulator Machine
A look at how the University uses a hail simulation machine on crops to provide better information about how plants recover from hail damage. - Jul. 24, 2015