Ag Almanac Weekly Radio Features


Monday May 23, 2016
Nebraska LEAD Program
The Nebraska LEAD Program began 35 years ago to develop agricultural leaders from Nebraska's future generations. The program is now recruiting for LEAD class 36, applications are due June 15. Terry Henjy, Director of the Nebraska LEAD Program.MP3
https://lead.unl.edu

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Tuesday May 24, 2016
Sedge Grass
Although it looks like an ornamental grass, sedge prefers shade along with moist soils. This is the ideal plant for problem areas in the garden where other plants won't grow. Kim Todd, Nebraska Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist. MP3
http://acreage.unl.edu/Sedge

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Wednesday May 25, 2016
Soybean Seedling Disease
Wet field conditions from recent rainfall events across Nebraska may put early planted soybeans at added risk for seedling diseases. John Wilson, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/soybeans

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Thursday May 26, 2016
4-H Summer Camps
Nebraska 4-H Camps promote the mission of Nebraska 4-H - which encourages all young people to reach their full potential, by working and learning in partnership with caring adults. Lindsay Shearer, Nebraska Extension 4-H Camp Operations Coordinator.MP3
http://4h.unl.edu/summer-camp

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Friday May 26, 2016
Garden Pesticide Disposal
The best way to dispose of small amounts of garden pesticide is to apply it to a labeled site. Some cities Like Lincoln and Omaha have hazardous waste disposal programs. Ben Beckman, Nebraska Extension Assistant – Pesticide Safety Education Program.MP3
http://pested.unl.edu/disposal

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