CropWatch: Making Data-Driven Decisions on Soybean Inoculation

Read the full article Making Data-Driven Decision on Soybean Inoculation at CropWatch Nebraska farmers must scrutinize inputs and focus on finding profit for their estimated 5.7 million soybean acres in 2017. Among the many springtime decisions farmers make is whether to inoculate their soybeans. Based on information from farmers, agronomists, and researchers, follow these steps when […]
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Control Noxious Weeds This Spring

With recent rains and near or above normal temperatures predicted the next couple of weeks, we are rapidly approaching the window of time for controlling noxious weeds this spring. Fall may be the best time to control noxious weeds, but don’t neglect your opportunities this spring. Besides, many weeds require consecutive treatments in fall and […]
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Private Pesticide Applicator Training Opportunities Wrapping Up

Private pesticide applicators with licenses expiring in 2017 and anyone seeking first-time private applicator certification should plan to attend one of the remaining training opportunities in the area if they want to become certified. The closest remaining training locations and times are: Fremont – Extension Office – March 21st @ 1:00 p.m. Columbus – Pinnacle […]
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Local Ag Fact of the Week: Native versus introduced winter annual weeds

Which of the following two winter annual weeds are native to Nebraska? Field pennycress Henbit Marestail Prickly lettuce Shepherd’s purse Tansy mustard Dandelion Answer: Marestail and tansy mustard (see pictures and learn more about these weeds below. Learn more…   Winter annual weeds are plants that emerge in the fall, overwinter as a seedlings, and resume […]
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