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Soybean Variety Selection Success

Recent analysis by University of Nebraska faculty calls for additional on-farm research targeted at identifying the causes for the inferior yield performance in irrigated soybean fields in northeast Nebraska. Soybean variety selection is the earliest routine management decision for your crop and many agronomist feel that it is one of the most important. Third-party trials […] Continue reading →

KTIC Radio Recording, Thursday @ 11:17 am – Sept. 4: Soybean Variety Selection

KTIC Radio Extension Corner This is Nathan Mueller, University of Nebraska Extension Educator for Cropping Systems, in Fremont, NE. Soybean variety selection is the earliest routine management decision for your soybean crop and many agronomist feel one of the most important. Third party trials in the region show a 15 bu/ac performance difference between varieties on the market, even […] Continue reading →

2014 Forecasted Corn Yields

Patricio Grassini, UNL Assistant Professor and Extension Cropping Systems Specialist,  and other faculty have put together forecasted corn yields for 2014 using the Hybrid-Maize Model.  Please read the full report and view the two tables showing the corn yield predictions across the Corn Belt. Full report: 2014 Forecasted Corn Yields Based on July 20 Hybrid […] Continue reading →

Northern Corn Leaf Blight

Most growers and agronomists are familiar with gray leaf spot, but another less known leaf fungal pathogen that I am starting to see in Dodge County is called Northern corn leaf  blight (NCLB) caused by Exserohilum turcicum.  Right now, the the incidence of NCLB is low and the severity is low to moderate, suggesting previous […] Continue reading →