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Land Application Training Days Offered in January/February

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension workshops at nine extension offices across the state in January and February will provide livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients into better crop yields while protecting the environment.

Nebraska Extension Schedules Crop Production Clinics in January

University of Nebraska-Lincoln crop production and pest management specialists have scheduled a series of crop production clinics across the state in January to provide the latest research-based information and recommendations for 2015.

UNL Extension Commercial/Noncommercial Pesticide Safety Program Begins In January

Nebraska's commercial and noncommercial pesticide applicators seeking first-time certification or recertification of their license to use or purchase restricted-use pesticides in 2015 can get training through University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension.

Private Pesticide Safety Training Offered from UNL Extension

Pesticide safety education training sessions start in January for Nebraska's private pesticide applicators seeking first-time certification or recertification for licenses expiring in 2015.

Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo Offers 2015 Growing Season Information

The 2014 Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo Dec. 18 will assist soybean producers in planning for next year's growing season.

Ag Progress Show Will Help Producers Increase Profitability

A Dec. 17 Ag Progress Show at the Atkinson Community Center in Atkinson will give producers an opportunity to hear research-based information on current topics that potentially could increase their profitability, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension educator said.

UNL and FSA Delivering 2014 Farm Bill Education Across Nebraska

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and the USDA Farm Service Agency are joining to provide educational meetings across Nebraska on the 2014 Farm Bill.

Agriculture Must Answer Consumers Questions Better, Panelists Agree

Consumers are asking questions about the food-production system they've never asked before, and agriculture needs to do a better job of answering those questions, panelists at a University of Nebraska-Lincoln lecture agreed Thursday.