Resources to aid in responding to the July 2019 canal break
on the Gering-Ft. Laramie / Goshen Canal

About the Panhandle Research and Extension District

Panhandle Center history; Agriculture in the Panhandle; Research Focus; Extension Focus; List of County-based offices; Contact information

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Panhandle Perspectives

Director's Insights from Dr. Jack Whittier

Crops

Nebraska Extension's CropWatch web site has answers to farmers' questions about crop varieties, fertilizer, irrigation, pest control, harvest and many other issues. Check out the main page or click below to go directly to sugarbeets, dry edible beans, wheat, or potatoes.

Beef

Nebraska Extension's Beef Cattle Production Website has research-based information about all facets of beef production; news about current trends; interactive decision-making tools; and calendars with learning opportunities

The North Platte River:

Surface Water Irrigation Projects and Power Generation: A basic history of and information about the North Platte River U.S. Bureau of Reclamation projects '“ surface irrigation, power generation and other related irrigation and power generation projects '“ on the North Platte River drainage.

View the presentation by using the arrows below to advance the slides, or view the original presentation on Slideshare.


By Gary Stone, Extension Educator, Panhandle Research & Extension Center.

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