By now, most Nebraskans have likely read and heard all they can stand about solar eclipses, but eclipses have played a key role in technology used in our everyday lives, including in agriculture.
Resilient Ag Landscapes: Research finds prairie strips, buffers and filter strips can reduce soil erosion, slow nutrient runoff and add to cattle feed.
Growers in west-central Nebraska have a new competition to test their ability of raising a profitable crop.
In second year of testing, UNL and the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network discuss challenges in getting hybrid and variety placement right.
For eastern Nebraska, crop benefits soil health, diversifies the rotation and creates extra window for manure application.
Conversations with its owners helped piece together the storied history of the original Nebraska Farmer desk and its over 1,700-mile journey.
Resilient Ag Landscapes: Cover crops and diverse crop rotations are one tool in the toolbox to help suppress weeds and diversify weed management.
Mike Zwingman, CVA manager for agronomy R&D, discusses factors affecting nitrogen loss and uptake.
With low commodity prices, verification programs may be an opportunity to capitalize on quality.