Managing Agronomic Inputs

Managing Agronomic Inputs: A presentation given during the Landowner/Tenant Lease Meeting in Blair, NE on December 2, 2014. Local Extension Educators Contact Information Local variety trials results: www.firstseedtests.com Aphid Seed Scout app: http://croptechcafe.org/mobile-apps/ An expanded  list of input costs to assess can be found out:  http://cropwatch.unl.edu/survivinghighinputcosts Also, check out this recent video clip from Market […] Continue reading →

KTIC Radio Recording, Thursday @ 11:17 am – Nov. 27: Accidental Radiological Release Training

KTIC Radio Extension Corner This is Nathan Mueller, Cropping Systems Extension Educator in Fremont, NE. An accidental radiological release training will be offered for all agricultural stakeholders. The free training is Dec. 8 at the Dodge County Extension Office. The Dodge County Extension Office is located at 1206 W. 23rd Street in Fremont. It will be held from 7:00 […] Continue reading →

Landowner/Tenant Lease Seminar

Landlord/Tenant Farm Lease Meeting to Highlight Communications, Rental Rates, Reducing Input Costs An educational meeting on farm leases for landowners and tenants will be held on Tuesday, December 2, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Blair City Building, 218 S. 16th Street, Blair, NE. This free seminar will help landlords and tenants establish and […] Continue reading →

Workshops on Dec. 11, 2014: Field Assessments to Improve Efficiency

The Nebraska Extension in Dodge County in Fremont  and Colfax County in Schuyler will be hosting a site for a new initiative that seeks to enhance the knowledge of Nebraska corn, soybean and wheat producers on their sustainability and operational efficiency measures. Participating farmers will use a new web based tool called the Fieldprint® Calculator. […] Continue reading →

KTIC Radio Recording, Thursday @ 11:17 am – Oct. 30: Custom Harvest Rates

KTIC Radio Extension Corner This is Nathan Mueller, UNL Cropping Systems Extension Educator in Fremont, NE. Even though soybean harvest is mostly finished up and has moved into corn, you may not have determined a custom rate for combining or hauling grain yet. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln conducts a survey with custom operators for each Ag Statistics Reporting District […] Continue reading →