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UNL Extension Water Meter Calculator App Now Available

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension app will help irrigators calculate the amount of water pumped by their irrigation pumping plant.

Nebraska Soybean Management Field Days Set Aug. 12-15 at Four Locations

The 16th annual Soybean Management Field Days Aug. 12-15 focuses on staying competitive in a global marketplace, increasing profits and meeting the world's growing food and energy needs starting right here in Nebraska.

West Central Crops and Water Field Day Aug. 21 near Brule

A West Central Crops and Water Field Day Aug. 21 at the West Central Water Resources Field Laboratory near Brule will offer an opportunity for farmers and policy makers to learn and see irrigation practices and cropping systems on a farm scale that maintains or increases crop production while conserving water.

UNL Faculty, Grads, Students Honored by National Engineering Group

Numerous University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty, graduates and students were honored at this month's international conference of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers held in Montreal, Canada.

Diversified Cropping System and Cover Crop Tours Aug. 16

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Organic Farm Tours from 1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. Aug. 16 will help organic producers learn more about increasing soil health by incorporating cover crops into their cropping systems.

Viticulture Field Days Scheduled This Month

A series of viticulture field days in Nebraska this month will provide a variety of information to grape growers and winery operators.

Unmanned Aircraft Offer Ag Potential; Illegal for Business, Commercial Use

Advances in unmanned aircraft systems combined with next generation sensors will contribute to the challenge of feeding our future world in a sustainable manner, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln engineer says.

Monitoring Pasture Condition? UNL Extension Has An App for That

Ranchers are accustomed to checking cattle, wells and mineral supplements to keep tabs on their operation. But what about the grass?