PARTT Plus virtual field day archived on Panhandle Center website

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March 23, 2021

Lincoln, Neb. —Curious about research projects under way at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Panhandle Research, Extension and Education Center? Now anybody with access to the internet can follow them whenever it’s convenient.

Archived video presentations from the Panhandle Research, Extension and Education Center’s virtual field day, “Panhandle Agricultural Research and Technology Tour – Plus” (PARTT Plus), are now live on the Panhandle Center website.

This event, held in December 2020 over Zoom, supplemented the in-person field day held in August. Speakers from that PARTT event and other specialists presented updates on research from 2020, much of which will be carried on in 2021 and future years.

The archive contains all of the recorded talks, along with the question-and-answer sessions that followed. It contains short talks about dry edible bean research, including entomology, weed management, breeding, pathology, and on-farm research. There are also talks focused on irrigation management and water-quality research, cow-calf feeding and grazing research, and an overview of economics for the Panhandle region as of December 2020.

The archive, typed transcripts and more information can be found at

Or, navigate your browser to the Panhandle Center’s website at A hyperlink to the PARTT Plus page is featured near the top of the Panhandle Center’s homepage.

Typed transcripts and captions are being added to the videos as they are completed, expanding access to the videos to anyone.

Support from PARTT Plus comes from University of Nebraska – Lincoln Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Nebraska Dry Bean Commission, and 21st Century.

The PARTT Plus archive joins other virtual field days from 2020 on the Panhandle Center website, including the Yonts Water Policy Conference the High Plains Ag Lab June field day, and the High Plains Ag Lab annual research update.

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