Winter Wheat Works Initiative Workshop – Feb. 1


1st Annual Winter Wheat Works Initiative Workshop – Feb. 1, 2018

Why attend: 

Positioning your farm to manage manure, control tough weeds, and improve soil health are just some of the advantages to growing winter wheat in Eastern Nebraska.  The winter wheat varieties planted in eastern Nebraska today can yield upward of 140 bu/ac under good management and weather. While the potential for top yields is important, it’s not yield alone that makes winter wheat profitable. Growers can add value through increased revenue, reduced costs, improved pest management, and spreading their workload.

Who is this workshop for: This workshop is for current and future winter wheat growers in Dodge, Washington, and surrounding counties.

What is being covered: 

  • 6:00 to 6:30 – Managing winter wheat in Eastern Nebraska – Nathan Mueller, Extension Agronomist for Dodge and Washington counties
  • 6:30 to 7:00 – Disease Management: Stripe Rust and Fusarium Head Blight – Stephen Wegulo, Extension Plant Pathologist (online presentation from Lincoln)
  • Break for Supper – Pizza and Pop
  • 7:15 to 7:35 – What you need to know when selling and delivering winter wheat – ADM and Scoular
  • 7:35 to 8:00 – Local Needs Assessment and Discussion


  • Thursday, February 1
  • 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Dodge County Extension Office
1206 W. 23rd St.
Fremont, NE 68025-2504

Preregistration Required for Food: Online at
 To preregister by phone, call Nebraska Extension: 402-727-2775. For more information or assistance, please contact Nathan Mueller at ude.l1521600504nu@re1521600504lleum1521600504.naht1521600504an1521600504

Winter Wheat Works Initiative Workshop – Feb. 1
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