Farm Sci-Ed video series kicks off

by Dave Osdiek | Nebraska Extension

Farm Sci-Ed program
The Farm Sci-Ed program focusing on highlighting the “science and education behind farming” and integrated pest management research this week has released its first video in a series of videos about research projects happening within the Nebraska Panhandle, with more to come on a regular basis.
August 26, 2021

Lincoln, Neb. —The Farm Sci-Ed program focusing on highlighting the “science and education behind farming” and integrated pest management research this week has released its first video in a series of videos about research projects happening within the Nebraska Panhandle, with more to come on a regular basis.

The series follows three researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Panhandle Research and Extension Center – Entomologist Jeff Bradshaw, Integrated Weed Management Specialist Nevin Lawrence, and Plant Pathologist Bob Harveson – throughout the growing season. Research focused on entomology, weed science and plant pathology are shared, along with updates on what is happening within the field.

Find the videos at The Farm Sci-Ed YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC48XEntIlClOt4kpcsbQrVA.

Transcripts are provided on the Farm Sci-Ed website at http://farmsci-ed.com. The program Twitter handle is @TheFarmSciEd.

Bradshaw, Lawrence and Harveson, along with communications specialist Emily Stine, will explore the science and education behind farming in the Nebraska Panhandle with new episodes to be released Tuesdays and Fridays.