Search Results for 'cropping systems'

We found 17 personnel, and 4 resources related to your search.

Related keywords: Soil Health, Crop Insect Pests, Efficient Water Use, Crops, Field Crops, Soybeans, Ipm, Weed Control, Cropping Systems, Wheat

Personnel

Cropping Systems, Extension Educator
308-324-5501
Cropping Systems Extension Educator, Lead Educator, Box Butte County
308-762-5616
Dryland Cropping Systems Specialist, Extension Specialist
308-632-1230
Irrigated Cropping Systems, Extension Educator
308-946-3843
Water & Cropping Systems Extension Educator
402-821-2151
Nebraska Extension Water & Integrated Cropping Systems Educator, Extension Educator
308-632-1230
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
402-624-8030
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
402-461-7209
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
308-995-4222
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
402-274-4755
Extension Educator
402-362-5508
Director Panhandle REEC, Administration
308-632-1230
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, and Gage 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

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