Nemaha County Ag Line Newsletters

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

April 2021 (PDF, 6 pgs, 639 KB)
     You Can Save Money with Lower Soybean Seeding Rates
     Sample Fields for SCN This Spring
     Remember Farm & Highway Safety
     Tornado Season Is Near!
     Moths Monitored in Southeast Nebraska
     On-Farm Research Opportunities Exist for Southeast Nebraska Farmers
     Check for Potential Herbicide Impact on Cover Crops
     Early Season Weed Control Important for Crops, Pastures & Lawns!

January 2021 (PDF, 6 pgs, 686 KB)
     Calendar of Events
     Private Pesticide Applicator Trainings Set for Southeast Nebraska in 2021
     Crop Production Clinics Scheduled in January On-Line With In-Person Options Available at Different Locations Across Nebraska
     Northwest Missouri CCA Conference Will Be Virtual in 2021
     Nebraska Crop Management Conference Scheduled for January 27th
     Nebraska Cover Crop & Soil Health Conference Scheduled for February 11th
     Emerging and Potential Corn and Soybean Pests for 2021
     Nebraska On-Farm Research Update Meeting Scheduled for February 25th & 26th
     Great Plains Growers Conference Scheduled Virtually for February 12th-13th

October 2020 (PDF, 6 pgs, 751 KB)
     Remember Farm Safety
     SARE Grants Available to Ag Professionals and Farmers & Ranchers
     Sample Fields for SCN this Fall
     Cover Crops - A Tool You Can Use on Your Farm
     Good  Time to Soil Sample this Fall
     What About Liming Your Soil?
     2020 BeefWatch Webinar Series Scheduled for October
     Farm Women are Decision Makers - Annie's Project Prepares Them Well
     Solar Lease Considerations for Landowners
     Private Pesticide Training Will Start this Fall

July 2020 (PDF, 6 pgs, 688 KB)
     Local Storm Causes Crop Damage to Corn & Soybean Fields
     What About Diseases in Corn?
     Be Aware of Potential Mid to Late-Season Soybean Pests
     Many Face-to-Face Events Switching to Virtual the Summer & Fall of 2020
     Nitrogen Management in Corn
     Bagworms Still Could Be a Problem
     Nebraska Grazing Conference Going Virtual in 2020
     Cover Crops - A Tool You Can Use on Your Farm
     County & State Fairs Will Go On in 2020