New research quantifies the dispersal of Glyphosate resistance trait through pollen-mediated gene flow

New multidisciplinary research from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln quantifies the dispersal of Glyphosate resistance trait through pollen-mediated gene flow in the most problematic weed in Nebraska.
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Celebration honors youth pre-admitted to Nebraska

A celebration held in April honored Nebraska youth who are getting a jump start on preparing for college by earning early admittance to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
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Drone project a winner for Gering High School, extension center

A team of students from Gering High School was named one of three national winners in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest in April. Gering received a $150,000 grant and $20,000 for a local nonprofit of their choice, which was the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Panhandle Research and Extension Center in Scottsbluff.

Faculty Spotlight: Karla Jenkins

Meet Karla Jenkins, cow/calf specialist at the Panhandle Research and Extension Center at Scottsbluff.

Marketing Hometown America energizing rural communities

Nebraska Extension's Marketing Hometown America is an educational program focused on recruiting and retaining new residents.

Nebraska Economic Recovery Summit is May 10

In commemoration of the second anniversary of the May 2015 DeWitt Floods, an Economic Recovery Summit is planned for May 10 at Nebraska Innovation Campus.

Extension home study course prepares drone pilots for exam

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Extension specialist urges caution when making herbicide selection

New in 2017 is a lawn product name that may sound familiar. But the new Roundup for Lawns is a stark contrast from the traditional Roundup herbicide, said a Nebraska Extension integrated turfgrass management specialist.