Midwest Farming: Sand Deposited by Floods – What are Your Options?

🕔May 14, 2019Once waters receded following the March 2019 floods, many Nebraskans found sand and sediment deposited on their fields and properties. Landowners can consider a number of options for sand removal, […]

Nebraska CropWatch: Corn Seedling Diseases – Podcast

🕔May 14, 2019On this week’s CropWatch podcast, Michael Sindelar talks with Tamra Jackson-Ziems about corn seedling diseases and indicators to watch for in the field. Such early season fungal diseases in corn […]

Nebraska Corn: Replanting – 3 Items to Consider Before Jumping In

🕔May 14, 2019According to the USDA-NASS report, 35% of Nebraska’s corn had been planted as of May 5, similar to 38% last year but behind the five-year average of 47%. Emergence was […]

Nebraska: Delayed Corn Planting – Time To Switch Maturities?

🕔May 14, 2019It’s been a wet week for much of Nebraska, further delaying planting and causing growers to consider whether they should move from a full-season corn hybrid to a short-season. The […]

Nebraska: It’s Not Too Late – On-Farm Research Options

🕔May 6, 2019As you consider how to increase efficiency and get more yield from the same or fewer inputs this year, on-farm research may be just the tool you need to get […]

Nebraska Flood Workshop: Recovering River Frontage Ag Land, May 13

🕔May 6, 2019After spring flooding, many river frontage pastures and crop fields were left with sand and silt deposits ranging from a few inches to up to three feet. Recovering that land […]

Nebraska: 4 Corn, Soybean Planting Considerations

🕔Apr 30, 2019Everything we do at planting sets the stage for the rest of the year. We’re blessed to have equipment that can allow for many acres to be planted in a […]

Nebraska Corn: Does Early Planting Always Mean Max Yield?

🕔Apr 30, 2019Does the “early bird” always get the worm? We wonder if this old adage holds for corn planting dates too. Does planting early always result in maximum corn yields? We […]

Nebraska Corn, Soybeans, Sorghum: 2,4-D and Dicamba Burndown Guidelines

🕔Apr 22, 2019Of particular concern are giant ragweed, kochia, and marestail. We believe there are numerous populations of these species in Nebraska that cannot be controlled by glyphosate because they have evolved resistance […]

Nebraska Soybeans: Which Dicamba Product Can I Use for Burndown? Trick Question

🕔Apr 22, 2019The growers were particularly interested in whether dicamba products such as Banvel, Clarity, and DiFlexx could be applied to terminate broadleaf cover crop species such as hairy vetch, field peas, […]

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