Many factors affect corn growth and development, especially early in the growing season. A common question this time of year after corn is planted and some fields have emerged while others have not is, “How many Growing Degree Days (GDD) does it take for my corn to emerge?” Since corn emergence is directly related to soil temperature (and of course soil moisture), the days to emergence vary especially when one compares early planting dates to later planting dates. The general assumption is 120 Growing Degree Days, abbreviated GDD, for corn to emerge under favorable conditions.
Crop Tech CafeContent provided by Nathan Mueller, Cropping Systems Extension Educator - Know your crop, know your tech, know your bottom line… feeding you agronomic information for your farm in southeast Nebraska.
Yard and Garden With NicoleRecording of the Yard and Garden radio show from Ol' Red 99.5 FM through the growing season. The host is Nicole Stoner with Nebraska Extension and features a different guest host each week. The show features recordings of call-in questions from the listeners as well as discussions on yard and garden topics of the day.
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Private Pesticide Applicator, Dicamba, Chemigation, and Other Agriculture Trainings
2021 BeefWatch Webinar SeriesThe BeefWatch Webinar series is designed to highlight management strategies in grazing, nutrition, reproduction, and economics to increase cow/calf and stocker production efficiency and profitability. Each session will feature industry experts and plenty of opportunity to interact to get your questions answered.
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Who should attend? Anyone 18 or oders can take a Mental Health First Aid Cousre, but it is recommended for those who are teachers, coaches, first responders, faith leaders, and other caring citizen.
Nebraska Land Link provides opportunities to connect land seekers with retiring landowners.
Land access is one of the biggest challenges facing aspiring and beginning farmers. For some landowners, they simply do not have the next generation available to take over their operation.
When you apply to Nebraska Land Link, either as a land seeker or a landowner, Nebraska Extension personnel will work to match your application with the most compatible counterpart. Using the answers you submit and offer in a potential interview, Nebraska Land Link matches are based on the shared values, interests and skills of both parties, so that a mutually beneficial and satisfying partnership can be forged over the course of the transition plan.
Free webinar Wednesday, May 5, 10:00 - 11:30 am CDT Register Here
May 19, 2021
Table Rock, NE
Roundup Bar & Grill
More information and registration information. Must RSVP.