Focuses on agricultural (Ag) facts about Dodge and Washington counties in northeast Nebraska
- What is the current recommended soybean seeding rate for our region?
- Nebraska ranks #1 in what crop commodities or acres produced within the U.S.?
- Which of the following two winter annual weeds are native to Nebraska? Field pennycress, henbit, marestail, prickly lettuce, Shepherd’s purse, tansy mustard, or dandelion?
- What winter annual weed is the first to grow and flower in our no-till fields?
- What is the flat landform called north of Fremont that you see while driving along Hwy 275 from Fremont to Hooper?
- What were the 2016 corn and soybean yields in Dodge and Washington counties?
- What is a Plat Map?
- Where can I get statewide agronomic information on the internet from the University of Nebraska?
- When and where did the first farmers settle in Dodge County?
- Can I get old aerial photos of my farm in Dodge or Washington counties and can that aerial imagery explain corn and soybean yields in 2016?
- On average, in which month do we receive the most amount of snow in the Fremont area?
- How deep can corn roots grow?
- What is a bushel of grain?
- What is the name given to the main groundwater resource found in most portions of Dodge County?
- On average, what is the coldest week of the year in the Fremont area?
- During the last Ag Census in 2012, how many farm were located in Dodge and Washington counties?
- In the year 1900, Dodge County was the largest producer of what crop in Nebraska?
- What are the corn yield trends in Dodge and Washington counties?
- What is the largest reservoir/dam in Dodge County?
- Was this the wettest water year (Oct. 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016) on record for Fremont?
- What is the most extensive or widespread soil in Dodge County?
- What are the top five major crops grown in Dodge and Washington counties?
- Are there more cattle or hogs in Dodge and Washington counties?
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