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New Extension Training Available for Applicators of RUP Dicamba

Online training for Nebraska applicators who plan to use new restricted use pesticide (RUP) dicamba products now is available through Nebraska Extension.
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Nebraska Extension to host 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 2018.
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Registration opens for 2018 Women in Agriculture Conference

Women in the agricultural industry looking to increase their business management skills are encouraged to register for the 2018 Women in Agriculture Conference organized by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
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Learn about on-farm precision ag research project on Jan. 10

Researchers and growers are collaborating on a project using GPS‐guided precision ag technology.

Participants needed for the 2018 Nebraska Farm Custom Rate Survey

Nebraska custom operators are invited to take part in the 2018 Nebraska Farm Custom Rate Survey.

Nebraska Extension offers 2018 training for commercial, noncommercial pesticide applicators

Training dates are set for Nebraska's commercial and noncommercial pesticide applicators seeking first-time certification, or recertification of their license, to use or purchase restricted use pesticides (RUPs) in 2018.
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Resistance, safety are key factors in private pesticide applicator training

ivate pesticide applicators holding licenses that expire in 2018, as well as anyone seeking first-time private applicator certification, can contact their local Nebraska Extension office for information on pesticide safety education training sessions.
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Competition allows ag producers to try new technologies, methods

A new University of Nebraska-Lincoln-led partnership is helping agricultural producers explore emerging technologies and identify ways to strengthen profitability without increasing risk during the growing season.
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