Nebraska: How to Control Invasive Field Bindweed May 11, 2020
Early Detection and Rapid Response (EDRR) is a concept to identify potentially invasive species prior to or just as the establishment of the invasive is taking place. An Integrated Pest […]
The cost of soybean seed has been increasing over the years, with herbicide-resistant soybean seed cost being higher than that of conventional soybean for having a technology fee. With the […]
For much of Nebraska, spring precipitation has been slightly below normal, providing some of the best field conditions for pre-plant fertilizer nitrogen applications in recent years. Great weather is appreciated, […]
Soybean planting is about to start in Nebraska and it’s time to select pre-emergence herbicides to be applied in soybean. PPO-inhibiting herbicides are one of the key components of weed […]
Warmer temperatures and great soil conditions in portions of the state allowed the planting season to begin this week. Everything we do at planting sets the stage for the rest […]
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) Director Steve Wellman has issued an order easing restrictions on pesticide applicators whose licenses are up for renewal. The […]
Herbicide labels include recommendations on how much time must elapse between herbicide application and subsequent rainfall to ensure good herbicide performance. This is known as the rainfast period.
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.