A spring burndown program in corn and soybean provides effective weed control to prepare for planting and helps to decrease the seedbank during the season.
Coronavirus On The Farm: Be Prepared – Labor, Inputs, Policies – Video From The U. of Nebraska Mar 22, 2020
Janzen Ag Law Attorney Brianna Schroeder discusses how those in the agricultural industry should be preparing for the inevitability of dealing with the coronavirus outbreak
Several market analysts offer their thoughts on how COVID-19 is impacting agriculture and the world as a whole from a health, economic and social standpoint.
Nebraska agricultural land values increased 3% over the last year to a statewide average of $2,650 per acre, according to preliminary results from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Farm Real Estate […]
Red clover can be an excellent green manure that fixes nitrogen, suppresses weeds, and increases corn yields. As a slow-growing cool-season legume, it is suitable to undersowing into winter small […]
In Southwest and Western Nebraska, winter wheat was originally grown in a winter wheat-summer fallow rotation. Beginning in the 1970’s winter wheat was included in Ecofarming rotations with no-till corn […]
Editor’s Note: For accompanying graphs and tables see original article at the Source URL below. Based on surveys conducted during seven teaching sessions in 2019/20, 40% of the attendees representing […]
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, as a primary natural disaster area. Producers who suffered losses due to snowstorms and freeze that occurred Oct. 9-10, 2019, and […]
Occasional tillage (OT) of long-term no-till (also called one-time or strategic tillage) might be desired once in more than 5 or 10 years according to need for integrated weed management, […]
Free legal and financial clinics are being offered for farmers and ranchers at five sites across the state in January. The clinics are one-on-one meetings with an agricultural law attorney […]