Ag Almanac Weekly Radio Features


Monday September 19, 2016
Corn Residue Cooperator Field Days
The Corn Residue Cooperator Field Days will be held at six locations around the state. The field days will highlight data collected from the six sites in Nebraska on the impact of grazing or baling corn residue on soil and subsequent crop yields. Rick Rasby, Nebraska Extension Associate Dean.MP3
http://extension.unl.edu/statewide/york/Add%20Cooperator%20field%20day%20OCT%2028.pdf

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Tuesday September 20, 2016
Raising Nebraska: Beyond The State Fair
Raising Nebraska is an interactive experience like no other. From science and innovation, to community and culture, Nebraska’s agricultural experience touches everyone. This 25,000-foot interactive exhibit is open year round at Fonner Park in Grand Island. Beth Janning, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
http://raisingnebraska.net

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Wednesday September 21, 2016
Turf Weed Control
Fall is the best time to control perennial weeds in the lawn. If herbicides are applied, the chemicals are transported to the roots, killing the entire plant instead of just the parts above the soil surface. Cole Thompson, Nebraska Extension Integrated Turf Grass Management Specialist.MP3
http://hortupdate.unl.edu/FallWeedControl

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Thursday September 22, 2016
Trade Update
International trade is important for Nebraska and U.S. agriculture, export sales account for about 27 percent of gross farm receipts in Nebraska. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) are two trade deals that could impact Nebraska’s global sales. Brad Lubben, Nebraska Extension Public Policy Specialist.MP3
http://agecon.unl.edu/cornhusker-economics/2016/update-agricultural-trade-tpa-tpp-and-ttip

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Friday September 23, 2016
Nebraska LEAD Program Update
The Nebraska LEAD Program began to develop agricultural leaders from Nebraska's future generations. The program is recognized both statewide and nationally as an innovative organization that has improved Nebraska in many ways. The program is now recruiting applications for LEAD class 37. Terry Hejny, Nebraska LEAD Program Director.MP3
https://lead.unl.edu

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