Search Results for 'cropping systems'

We found 19 personnel, and 5 resources related to your search.

Related keywords: Cover Crops, Soil Health, Crop Insect Pests, Efficient Water Use, Field Crops, Ipm, Crops, Plant Disease, Weed Control, Integrated Pest Management

Personnel

Cropping Systems, Extension Educator
308-324-5501
Cropping Systems Extension Educator, Lead Educator, Box Butte County
308-762-5616
Water & Integrated Cropping Systems Extension Educator
402-821-2151
Dryland Cropping Systems Specialist, Extension Specialist
308-632-1230
Irrigated Cropping Systems Extension Educator
308-754-5422
Irrigated Cropping Systems, Extension Educator
308-946-3843
Water and Cropping Systems, Extension Educator
308-696-6783
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
308-254-4455
Crop Protection and Cropping Systems Specialist, Extension Specialist
402-624-8041
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
402-352-3821
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
402-461-7209
Extension Educator, Pumpkin Creek Project
308-632-1480
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
308-995-4222
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
402-274-4755
Extension Educator
402-362-5508
Associate Research and Extension Director, Administration
402-472-2035
Cropping Systems Agronomist, Extension Specialist
402-472-5554
Cropping Systems - Ag Technologies Educator, Extension Educator

Resources

JenREESources Blog

Weekly news columns and area crop and horticultural updates are posted here.
Shared By: Jennifer Rees
Screenshot of the website Managing Soybean Defoliators NebGuide G2259

Managing Soybean Defoliators NebGuide G2259

NebGuide with information on managing insect defoliators of soybean
Managing Soybean Defoliators | Nebraska Extension Publications :Nebraska Extension Publications
Shared By: Wayne Ohnesorg

Crop Tech Cafe

Locally focused agronomy website for Saline, Jefferson, Gage, Thayer, Fillmore, Nuckolls, and Clay counties
Shared By: Nathan Mueller

Manure.unl.edu

Recycling local manure nutrients before purchasing fertilizer is key to protecting the environment. Manure can be an economic “Win”, due to its fertility value, and a soil quality “Win”, due to its organic matter. But it can also be a community risk, due to odors and pathogens. Our live educational programs, online courses, and resources provide science-based information on economically viable, environmentally sound manure handling systems that also comply with all regulations.
Shared By: Leslie Johnson
Screenshot of the website Winter Wheat Works Initiative - Videos

Winter Wheat Works Initiative - Videos

The Winter Wheat Works Initiative is a local Nebraska Extension effort led by Nathan Mueller, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Educator for Saline, Jefferson, and Gage counties that encourages and supports growers in eastern and south central Nebraska to move from a corn-soybean rotation to a successful flex-rotation where some winter wheat acres are considered each year and strategically integrated into their cropping system. Visit his website at http://croptechcafe.org/winterwheat/
UNL | MediaHub | Winter Wheat Works Initiative
Shared By: Nathan Mueller

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