Crops


Tuesday October 24, 2017
How To Compensate for Winter Wheat Seeding Delays
For winter wheat producers planting at the optimum time can maximize yields and decrease disease pressure. But fall weather, equipment breakdowns, and other problems may delay that planting date. If wheat is planted late there are some techniques for still achieving optimal yields. Bob Klein, Nebraska Extension Western Nebraska Crops Specialist.MP3
https://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/wheat-seeding-delay-here’s-how-compensate

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Wednesday October 18, 2017
Soybeans And Nitrogen
Soybeans remove more nitrogen than they produce so there will be a net decrease in total nitrogen in the soil. In many Nebraska studies on rotated soybeans there is about a one-in-three chance of increasing yield by about one bushel, usually at nitrogen (N) rates that are not economic. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
https://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/study-unearths-benefits-limits-fertilizing-soybeans

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Wednesday October 11, 2017
Nebraska Farmers Share Cover Crop Why's and How's
How are Nebraskans using cover crops? A survey of Nebraska soybean, field corn, seed corn producers and agronomists offers insights into why Nebraska producers have adopted cover crops and how they are integrated them into cropping systems. Rodrigo Werle, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/cover-crop-management-among-nebraska-farm-group

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Monday October 2, 2017
Stalk Rot Diseases in Nebraska Corn Fields
Various stalk rot diseases have been confirmed in samples from corn fields across Nebraska. Stalk rot diseases and the pathogens that cause them are common in corn. They can weaken corn stalks, leading to stalk lodging and harvest difficulties. Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/stalk-rot-diseases-nebraska-corn-fields

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Wednesday September 27, 2017
Winter Wheat Seeding Dates
Winter wheat yield is affected by many production practices including, pest management, fertility, and weather. A production practices having a major impact on yield is seeding date as early seeding uses more soil water in the fall, leaving less in the profile for yield production. Bob Klein, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/how-winter-wheat-seeding-date-can-have-major-effect-yields

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Friday September 22, 2017
Soybean Cyst Nematode
As soybean harvest approaches producers should be thinking about sampling for soybean cyst nematodes. This soil born roundworm could explain the pockets of low yield in a given field. Loren Giesler, Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/plantdisease/soybean/soybean-cyst-nematode

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Friday September 15, 2017
Is That Corn Worth More as Silage or Grain?
Many producers have struggled this year with the decision to cut corn for silage or harvest it for grain. On going drought conditions have supported hay and forage prices, while adequate corn stocks are estimated to have a negative price decline. Aaron Berger, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
http://beef.unl.edu/cattleproduction/corn-worth

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Wednesday September 13, 2017
Tracking Grain Price Basis to Identify Local Trends
A new interactive, online tool can help farmers better understand and monitor local elevator basis levels and trends for corn, soybean, and wheat, which may help farmers sell grain for a higher cash price Jessica Groskopf, Nebraska Extension Educator for Agricultural Economics.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/tracking-grain-price-basis-identify-trends

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Monday August 28, 2017
Soybean Disease Update
Each year significant disease problems affect soybean production in Nebraska. Late in the growing season producers should be scouting for fungal diseases like Phytophthora root and stem rot and signs of Sudden Death Syndrome. Loren Giesler, Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/plantdisease/soybean

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Thursday August 24, 2017
Irrigation Field Day
Coming up on Wednesday August 30th, producers have a chance to attend the 2017 irrigation management field day near Elgin. Presentations, field tours, demonstrations and a tradeshow will be part of the daylong event. Amy Timmerman, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
www.midplainsag.com

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Monday August 21, 2017
Plant Scientists Aim To Turn Sorghum Into Jet Fuel
The University of Nebraska - Lincoln will partner with 15 other institutions on a $100 million dollar grant looking a new bio-energy and bio-product innovations. The research will focus on sorghum, a drought tolerant plant that has potential for high bio-oil content. Tom Clemente, University of Nebraska Professor of Agronomy and Eugene W. Price Distinguished Professor in Biotechnology, Center for Plant Science Innovation.MP3
http://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/plant-scientists-aim-to-turn-sorghum-into-jet-fuel/

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Monday August 14, 2017
Predicting Late-Season Irrigation Needs
With the growing season in the final stages of maturity, it's important to use water efficiently. Calculating late season water needs for corn, sorghum and soybeans can save 1 to 3 inches of un-needed water. Steve Melvin, Nebraska Extension Irrigated Cropping Systems Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/predicting-late-season-irrigation-needs

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Monday August 14, 2017
Predicting Late-Season Irrigation Needs
With the growing season in the final stages of maturity, it's important to use water efficiently. Calculating late season water needs for corn, sorghum and soybeans can save 1 to 3 inches of un-needed water. Steve Melvin, Nebraska Extension Irrigated Cropping Systems Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/predicting-late-season-irrigation-needs

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Monday August 7, 2017
Is Manure A Fertility Option for Wheat?
With ground opening up for manure application after wheat harvest, it's a good time to consider whether manure is a good fit for your wheat operation. Rick Koelsch - Livestock Environmental Engineer.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/manure-fertility-option-wheat

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Friday August 4, 2017
Soybean Aphids
Soybean aphids in Nebraska usually reach the economic threshold and require treatment in late July through August. Crop consultants and farmers should be scouting and monitoring aphid numbers as daytime temperatures return to more seasonable conditions. Tom Hunt, Nebraska Extension Entomologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/although-low-levels-soybean-aphids-present-northeast-nebraska

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Monday July 31, 2017
Opportunities for Growing & Grazing Cover Crops Conference
Several agencies have teamed up to provide a unique learning and networking opportunity for potential cover crop growers and cattle operators to partner and add mutual value to their operations. The Growing and Grazing cover crops conference will be held Wednesday August 9th at the Lancaster events center. Tyler Williams, Nebraska Cropping Systems Extension Educator.MP3
http://lancaster.unl.edu/ag/covercrops

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Friday July 28, 2017
Corn Disease Update
Several diseases, as well as other problems, have been confirmed in corn samples from around the state. Producers should be on the lookout in particular for Southern Rust and submit samples to the UNL Plant & Pest Diagnostic Clinic for identification. Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Extension Plant Pathologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/several-corn-diseases-developing-across-nebraska

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Wednesday July 26, 2017
Post-Harvest Weed Control in Winter Wheat
Winter wheat harvest is wrapping up across the state. Timely control of weeds following winter wheat harvest can limit soil moisture loss and prevent the deposit of more weed seeds in the soil. Bob Klein, Nebraska Extension Western Nebraska Crops Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/post-harvest-weed-control-winter-wheat

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Tuesday July 25, 2017
Using SoyWater to Schedule Irrigation
Get the most from irrigation by using the SoyWater irrigation management tool. SoyWater provides timely crop water use information and growing conditions. Jim Specht, Emeritus Professor of Agronomy and Co-Founder or SoyWater.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/using-soywater-schedule-irrigation-and-monitorpredict-soybean-stages-guide-decision-making

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Friday July 21, 2017
Time to Scout for Western Corn Rootworm Beetles
Western corn rootworm beetles began emerging in southeast and south central Nebraska. Beetles typically emerge somewhat later in northeastern and western Nebraska. Usually an average of 5-10 beetles per ear is required to seriously affect pollination. Severe silk feeding at 25%-50% pollen shed may indicate a need to apply insecticide. Bob Wright, Nebraska Extension EntomologistMP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/start-scouting-western-corn-rootworm-beetles

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Friday July 14, 2017
Japanese Beetles Emerging in Corn and Soybeans
Japanese beetle adults are beginning to emerge in eastern Nebraska. Their distribution has been increasing the last few years and they are being seen in corn and soybeans more frequently. Bob Wright, Nebraska Extension Entomologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/japanese-beetles-soybean

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Tuesday July 11, 2017
Hops Field Day and Scouting Workshops
Craft brewers, producers and hobby beer makers should mark their calendars for two upcoming hops field days and scouting workshops on July 19th in Scottsbluff and July 22nd in Plattsmouth. Topics include hop yard design, irrigation, weed management and hands on in-field scouting and harvesting equipment displays. Katie Kreuser, Nebraska Extension Hops Program Coordinator.MP3
http://agronomy.unl.edu/nebraska-hops

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Monday July 10, 2017
Predicting Western Bean Cutworm Flights
One of the challenges to controlling insect pests in field crops is knowing when the damaging stage of the insect will be present in the field. By using degree day models UNL research can predict western Bean Cutworm flights. Julie Peterson Nebraska Extension Entomologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/using-degree-day-models-predict-western-bean-cutworm-flights

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Friday July 7, 2017
Grasshoppers
Populations of immature grasshoppers are being reported in areas bordering crop fields in several parts of Nebraska. If these grasshopper species are one of the four major species that are likely to infest cropland, control may be warranted. Bob Wright, Nebraska Extension Entomologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/scout-field-borders-grasshoppers

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Tuesday July 4, 2017
Using Sensors to Manage Irrigation
With rising fuel prices and efforts to use water more efficiently soil moisture sensors can provide real time soil moisture data for irrigation management decisions. On average, producers using the sensors saved 2 inches of water per acre. Chuck Burr, Nebraska Extension Crops and Water Extension Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/value-using-sensors-manage-irrigation-and-tips-proper-installation

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Monday June 26, 2017
Evaluating Hail Damaged in Corn
Hail damage and yield loss in corn will depend on the timing and severity of the hail event as well as the environmental conditions that follow. Regardless of the level of damage, farmers should be patient when evaluating hail damage in corn and wait 7-10 days after a hail event to allow for crop regrowth. Justin McMechan, Nebraska Extension Crop Protection and Cropping Systems Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/evaluating-early-season-hail-damage-corn

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Friday June 23, 2017
Weed Management and Cover Crops Field Day
Producers interested in field demonstrations of the latest weed management technologies and cover crop trials should attend the Nebraska Extension Weed Management and Cover Crops Field Day June 28 at the South Central Agricultural Laboratory near Clay Center. The field day will include on-site demonstrations of herbicides for weed control in corn, popcorn, and soybean as well as a view of ongoing cover crop research. Amit Jhala, Nebraska Extension weed management Specialist and field day organizer.MP3
http://agronomy.unl.edu/fieldday

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Thursday June 15, 2017
Risk of Nitrate Leaching Across Nebraska
With above normal spring precipitation across much of the state, crop nitrate leaching has caused excess water to drain beyond the crop’s active rooting dept. With this loss, many producers may need to think about adding more N fertilizer later in the season. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/soils

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Friday May 26, 2017
Scouting Emerging Corn for Early Season Insects
As corn begins to emerge, producers should be alert to the potential for damage from early season insects such as cutworms, wireworms, or white grubs. When scouting for plant damage it's important to dig in soil around the plant to identify the insect causing the damage. Bob Wright, Nebraska Extension Entomologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/scout-emerging-corn-early-season-insects

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Wednesday May 24, 2017
Palmer Amaranth in CRP Fields
The identification and occurrence of Palmer amaranth in CRP fields in Iowa has raised concerns among weed scientists and growers about its spread into conservation plantings in Nebraska. Seed mixes purchased from several seed producers have been the primary source of Palmer amaranth seeds in conservation plantings in Iowa. Amit Jhala, Nebraska Extension Weed Management Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/watch-palmer-amaranth-conservation-reserve-program-crp-fields

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Friday May 19, 2017
Seedling Diseases in Early Planted Corn
Recent cold, wet field conditions and fluctuations in soil temperatures have put early planted corn at risk for seedling disease development. Seedling diseases can be caused by any of several common soilborne organisms, such as Pythium, Fusarium, Rhizoctonia or plant parasitic nematodes. Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/recent-cold-wet-conditions-are-favorable-seedling-diseases-early-planted-corn

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Wednesday May 10, 2017
Pre-Emergence Herbicides in Soybeans
Six weeds have evolved resistance to glyphosate in Nebraska. The best way to effectively control resistant and other hard-to-control weeds is by applying residual, pre-emergence herbicides with multiple effective modes of action. Amit Jhala, Nebraska Extension Weed Management Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/do-not-apply-flumioxazin-based-herbicides-after-soybean-have-begun-crack-or-are-emerged

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Monday May 8, 2017
Starter Fertilizers
Proper use of starter fertilizer is part of the management for achieving high yields on some soils, but starter fertilizer may benefit production most under reduced tillage, on irrigated sandy soil, and on high pH soils. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
http://extensionpublications.unl.edu/assets/pdf/g361.pdf

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Wednesday May 3, 2017
Planting Soybeans After Soybeans
Economic considerations have caused many Nebraska producers to plant soybeans after soybeans in 2017. Variety selection, weed control and soil health are key factors for successful yields. Jenny Reese, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/planting-soybean-after-soybean-part-1-planting-considerations

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Monday April 24, 2017
Field Crop Scout Training
Crop scout training is designed for entry-level scouts who are working for crop consultants, industry agronomists or farm service centers in Nebraska and neighboring states. The course is May 10 from 8-5 at the University of Nebraska’s Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center located near Mead NE. Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
https://events.unl.edu/extension/2017/05/10/26431/

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Monday April 10, 2017
Cover Crops and Herbicides
Most herbicide labels list crop rotation intervals or plant-back restrictions that limit how soon a subsequent crop can be planted after a herbicide application. It is important to note that this is different from the grazing or forage restrictions posted on a herbicide label for crops to which a herbicide is directly applied. Daren Redfearn, Nebraska Extension Forage Systems Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2016/herbicide-options-planting-forage-cover-crops-after-corn-and-soybean

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Tuesday March 28, 2017
Cover Crop Termination
Cover crops may contribute to weed suppression and soil fertility, potentially increasing crop yield and sustainability of the system. Crops can be terminated via herbicides, sweep plow undercutter, roller-crimping, or mowing. Rodrigo Werle, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2016/cover-crop-mixtures-effects-diversity-and-termination-method-weeds-soil-and-crop-yield

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Wednesday March 22, 2017
Postponing Fertilizer Applications
The probability of yield increases from applying phosphorus, potassium or sulfur are low if soil tests are above critical levels. Postponing fertilizer applications can save as much as $52.12/acre. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2017/when-can-you-postpone-soil-nutrients

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Friday March 17, 2017
Understanding Soil Test Reports
A routine soil test provides an index describing the availability of nutrients for plant uptake. Understanding theses numbers and facts on a soil test could help with nutrient management decisions. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/soils/resources

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Monday March 13, 2017
Water and Natural Resources Lecture Series
Seven free public lectures will delve into aspects of “The right water for the right use at the right time” during the annual spring semester water and natural resources seminar. The lectures are held roughly every-other-Wednesday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. through April 19th at Hardin Hall on UNL's east campus. Steven Ress, University of Nebraska Water Center Communications Coordinator.MP3
http://watercenter.unl.edu/free-unl-lectures-water-right-use-right-time-begin-jan-18

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Friday March 10, 2017
Soybean Cyst Nematode
The soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is a plant-parasitic roundworm that can be found in 58 counties in Nebraska. The life cycle starts in the spring when the roots of a soybean of other host plant release a compound triggering the eggs to hatch and juvenile nematodes to start feeding on the roots. John Wilson, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/plantdisease/soybean/soybean-cyst-nematode

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Thursday March 9, 2017
2017 Water for Food Global Conference
Registration is open for the 2017 Water for Food Global Conference organized by the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska. The conference will be held April 10-12 at Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln. Molly Nance, University of Nebraska Water for Food Director of Communications.MP3
http://waterforfood.nebraska.edu/2017-water-for-food-global-conference/

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Thursday February 23, 2017
Grape Growers Forum and Trade Show
Nebraska boasts 30 wineries, more than 100 grape growers, and numerous national and international wine awards of excellence. The 20th annual Nebraska Winery and Grape Growers Forum and Trade Show will be held March 2–4 at the Omaha Marriot and will feature speakers, wine tasting and vendors. Paul Read, University of Nebraska Professor of Agronomy and Horticulture.MP3
http://viticulture.unl.edu/20th-annual-nebraska-winery-and-grape-growers-forum-and-trade-show

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Wednesday February 22, 2017
Nitrogen Management
As planting season approaches, it's critical to have a nitrogen management plan for the upcoming growing season. It's important to understand how much nitrogen to apply and when. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2016/managing-and-preparing-nitrogen-loss

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Monday February 6, 2017
On Farm Research Meetings
Farm operators and agronomists are invited to attend the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network research update program offered at five locations around the state. These research projects cover products, practices, and new technologies that impact farm productivity and profitability. Laura Thompson, Nebraska Extension Cropping and Ag Technology Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/on-farm-research

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Friday January 27, 2017
Ag Tech Conference
Tune up your precision ag skills and network with other growers and industry professionals at the 2017 Nebraska Ag Technology Association Conference Feb. 1-2 in Lincoln. Nathan Mueller, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Educator.MP3
http://neata.org

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Tuesday January 24, 2017
Soybean Fertility
Soybeans remove significant amounts of nutrients per bushel of grain harvested. Nutrient uptake in soybeans early in the season is relatively small. However as they grow and develop, the daily rate of nutrient uptake increases. This should be taken into account in an overall nutrient management plan. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/soybeans/soils

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Wednesday January 11, 2017
Crop Management Conference
The Nebraska Crop Management Conference will be held Jan. 19-20 at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney. With two half-day workshops, 23 program sessions, and recertification options, attendees will be able to customize their learning experience by registering for those sessions most pertinent to their farming operation. Chris Proctor, Nebraska Weed Management Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2016/ncmc-2017

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Monday December 26, 2016
Fremont Corn Expo
Information to improve corn production, marketing, and utilization will be the focus of the Jan. 5 Fremont Corn Expo. Registration for the free event begins at 8 a.m. at Christensen Field. Nathan Mueller, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/fremont-corn-expo-jan-8-strategies-stay-competitive

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Wednesday December 7, 2016
Seed Corn Selection for 2017
With commodity prices lower than past years farmers need to begin developing budgets for 2017. Hybrid corn choice continues to be a complicated process for farmers, but keep in mind 2016 disease challenges. Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist.MP3
http://crops.extension.iastate.edu/blog/aaron-saeugling/11-key-factors-consider-2017-hybrid-selection-part-1

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Monday December 5, 2016
EPA Registers Xtendimax
Farmers will now have a dicamba formulation to use in soybean crops genetically engineered to tolerate the herbicide for the 2017 growing season. Farmers will be required to follow specific application requirements including specific nozzles. Amit Jhala, Nebraska Extension Weed Management Specialist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/2016/understanding-roundup-ready-2-xtend™-soybean-weed-management-system

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Thursday November 24, 2016
Phosphorus Decisions
Producers need to look at managing soil nutrient inputs, such as phosphorus and lime in a sustainable way, given current crop prices. Soil testing and setting critical nutrient level thresholds are important. Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension Soil Scientist.MP3
http://cropwatch.unl.edu/soils

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Wednesday November 9, 2016
Grain Marketing Workshops
Grain marketing workshops will be offered at several sites across Nebraska starting in November to help grain producers minimize losses during this time of low prices. Topics include developing a written marketing plan, understanding basis and carrying charges. The workshops feature the "Marketing in a New Era" simulator and the Grain Marketing Plan smartphone application. Robert Tigner, Nebraska Extension Educator.MP3
http://extension.unl.edu/statewide/webster/grain-marketing-workshop-offered-in-bladen-december-6th/

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Monday October 24, 2016
Syngenta GMO Corn Litigation
Many Nebraska farmers are feeling the financial impact of Syngenta’s bioengineered corn rejected by China, resulting in lower domestic corn prices. Affected Nebraska corn farmers will begin receiving written notice soon informing them that they are automatically included in the Nebraska producer class and the national producer class lawsuit. Dave Aiken, Nebraska Extension Ag and Water Law Specialist.MP3
http://farm.unl.edu/documents/syngenta-litigation-october-16.pdf

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Wednesday October 19, 2016
Beneficial Insects
Not all crop and garden insects are bad; in fact over 95% of insects don’t cause trouble at all. These beneficial insects provide a service, pollinating crops or preying on trouble pests. Jeff Bradshaw, Nebraska Extension Entomologist.MP3
http://extensionpublications.unl.edu/assets/pdf/ec1578.pdf

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