Crop Watch

Crop Watch is a central resource for University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension information on crop production and pest management. It is written by Extension Educators and Specialists and produced by UNL Educational Media in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. More About Crop Watch. To read weekly articles, Visit Crop Watch.

Articles written by Nathan Mueller, Aaron Nygren, and John Wilson.

2015

Corn

Northern Corn Leaf Blight Continues and Gray Leaf Spot Starts
Assessing Corn Replant Options
Growing Degree Units and Corn Emergence
Corn and Soybean Survival in Saturated and Flooded Soils
Chilling Injury in Corn and Soybeans

Soybean

A New Reason to Sample for SCN This Fall
Strategies with Delayed Planting Soybeans
Corn and Soybean Survival in Saturated and Flooded Soils
Soybean Planting Tips for Optimal Yield
Chilling Injury in Corn and Soybeans
Soybean Inoculation: When, Where, and Why
SCN Update: 6th Annual ‘Tode Awards Announced

2014

Corn

Fremont Corn Expo
Disease in Damaged Corn
Observations from June 3, 2014 Hailed Corn
Assessing Hail Damage to Corn and Soybean

Soybean

Tightening Your Belt: Soybeans and SCN
SCN Sampling is Part Science, Part Art
Why You’ll Want to Sample for SCN This Fall
Why Soybean Variety Selection is Critical
CropWatch SCN Poll: What You Said
Check Fields for Soybean Cyst Nematodes
Assessing Hail Damage to Corn and Soybean

Wheat

Wheat Disease Update

Irrigation

Done Irrigating? Don’t Forget to Remove Your Soil Moisture Sensors
Is Preseason Irrigation a Good Idea in 2014

Technology

Vegscape – An Online Satellite-Based Vegetation Condition Tool

 

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