It is a busy time of year as harvest begins across the state, but this is the perfect time to collect soil samples for soybean cyst nematode while waiting in […]
DTN: Corn Boards to Spend $1.25M on CA E85 Sep 9, 2021
LINCOLN, Neb. (DTN) — State corn checkoffs in Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri announced they are investing $1.25 million to help expand E85 availability in the state of California. Under the […]
Ag Economy Barometer: Farmer Sentiment Improves in August, But Inflationary Concerns Mount Sep 7, 2021
Agricultural producers’ sentiment improved slightly in August compared to July as the Ag Economy Barometer rose four points to a reading of 138 vs. 134 a month earlier. The modest rise in […]
Nebraska: Crown and Stalk Rot Sampling Tips Aug 31, 2021
As you continue to scout fields late in the season, it is important to collect the right kind of sample to ensure proper diagnosis. Over the course of several days, […]
Scheduling the last few irrigations of the season deserves more of your management time than earlier irrigations because one must not only focus on keeping the crop wet enough to […]
Corn-on-corn production systems are common in highly productive irrigated fields in south-central Nebraska, which can create issues with volunteer corn management in corn fields.
Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth is a problematic annual broadleaf weed in soybean production fields in Nebraska and many other states in the United States. A glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth population was confirmed in […]
Storm damage has been felt by many Nebraska farmers this growing season. Crop insurance is a useful tool to help farmers mitigate production losses coming from storm damage. However, given […]
Did you know you can lose two wheat crops from one hailstorm? It could be yours or your neighbor’s.
Much of the early planted corn in the Nebraska has reached the V10 stage and some soybean fields are beginning to flower. Over the past couple days, many of us […]