Extension is committed to helping Nebraskans know more about creating resource- and energy-efficient rural and urban landscapes, protecting and managing water resources, properly managing insect and wildlife pests, and more.
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What is the first sign of spring? Green lawns seems to be a common indicator. Cole Thompson, Assistant Professor, Integrated Turfgrass Management Specialist, explains whether you should use pre-emergence herbicide on your lawn this year in this handy Turf Info afticles.
Several species of wood boring insects can damage trees and shrubs in Nebraska. Nearly all shade trees and most shrubs are subject to borer attack, especially if they are injured or weakened by disease or environmental stresses. Younger trees are likely to decline or die if borer damage is left unchecked. Many of these require carefully timed annual management programs to minimize infestation and damage. This publication covers the biology, life history, and management of the key wood borer species in Nebraska.
Pests, turf and landscape, water, and food production resources.
Research-based solutions to lawn and garden questions.
Turf iNfo for the north central states.
Trained volunteers sharing their knowledge with Nebraskans.
Helping acreage owners manage their rural living environment.
Providing research, information and educational opportunities about Nebraska's most important natural resource.
Nebraska Extension has created a new website that offers resources for those dealing with drought.