Nemaha County Ag Line Newsletters

Below are links to the quarterly Ag Line Newsletters written by Gary Lesoing, Extension Educator in Nemaha County

July 2018 (PDF, 6 pgs, 860 KB)
Articles found in this newsletter
     Field Day Scheduled on Using Drones for Corn Nitrogen Management on July 19th
     What About Diseases in Corn?
     Be Aware of Potential Mid to Late-Season Insect Pests in Corn & Soybeans
     What About Spray Drift or Soybeans Damaged from Off-Site Herbicide Movement?
     Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth Management Field Day Scheduled for July 11th
     Soybean Management Field Day Set for August 10th near Cedar Bluffs
     Plant, Soil, Livestock & Human Health Workshops Scheduled for Nebraska

April 2018 (PDF, 6 pgs, 822 KB)
Articles found in this newsletter
   Cover Crops - Are They Worth It?
   What Can We Do About Herbicide Resistant Weeds?
   On-Farm Research Opportunities Exist for Southeast Nebraska Farmers
   Tips for Improving Your Bottom Line for Your Soybean Crop
   Top Eight Tips for Managing Cover Crops This Spring

January 2018 (PDF, 6 pgs, 813 KB)
Articles found in this newsletter
   Calendar of Events
   2018 Three-State Beef Conference
   2018 Crop Production Clinic Set for January 18th in Lincoln
   Private Pesticide Applicator Trainings Set for Southeast Nebraska in 2018
   Great Plains Growers Conference Scheduled for January 11-13
   Northwest Missouri Certified Crop Advisors Conference Scheduled for January 16 & 17
   Nebraska Crop Management Conference Scheduled for January 24th & 25th in Kearney
   Corn & Soybean Growers Share On-Farm Research
   Nebraska Cover Crop Conference Planned for February 15th at ENREC near Mead
   Dicamba Training Required in 2018
   No-Till/Soil Health Conference Being Planned for Southeast Nebraska in Syracuse

October 2017 (PDF, 6 pgs, 831 KB)
Articles found in this newsletter
   Farmer/Rancher Grants Available
   SARE Partnership Grants Available for 2018
   You've Inherited a Farm, Now What?
   Fall Control of Winter Annuals
   What About Soil Samping?
   Fall Is a Good Time to Sample Fields for SCN
   Farm Beginnings® Program to Begin in January in Nebraska City
   You Can Still Plant Cover Crops This Fall