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Crops

Nebraska named among world’s best colleges for precision agriculture

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has been named one of the world’s best four-year colleges for precision agriculture. PrecisionAg released their top 25 institutions based on feedback from peer institutions, industry experts, and internet searches.
Precision Ag

Nebraska's pesticide container recycling program in its 27th year

When dropping off your clean agricultural pesticide containers for recycling at one of Nebraska’s 18 participating recycling collection sites, you can feel good knowing the containers will be recycled into useful products that stay in the U.S.
Pesticide Collection Sites

Nebraska Extension offers May field crop scout training

A May 9 Nebraska Extension training course is scheduled for industry representatives and corn and soybean growers wanting to learn how to better manage corn and soybean pests.
Training

Student Spotlight: Lee Briese

Meet Doctor of Plant Health program and agronomy Ph.D. student Lee Briese from Edgeley, North Dakota.
Lee Briese

Study: Climate effects on ag yields vary by location, crop

The global emergence of climate change should get farmers thinking and acting locally, according to nearly a half-century of data analyzed at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Harvest

Husker research to advance tractor testing techniques

New research at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is bringing tractor testing into the modern era.
Tractor Testing

Nebraska ag land values decline for fourth-straight year

The average for Nebraska agricultural land values has declined by 3 percent over the last year, according to preliminary findings from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Farm Real Estate Market Survey.
Real Estate Map

Capturing value in cropping systems using cattle the focus of April 4 field day

Grazing cattle on cropland can be a win-win situation for both crop production and livestock feeding. A Nebraska Extension field day on April 4 will provide a unique learning and networking opportunity for cattle operators and those involved in crop production.
Cattle

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