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Crop Production Roadshow In West Central Nebraska

Managing herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth is just one of the topics on the Crop Production Roadshow coming to west central Nebraska starting Feb. 1.
Nebraska Extension will be hosting a Crop Production Roadshow in west central Nebraska starting February 1. The six meetings will feature brief updates on production issues and research topics targeted to the region and presented by Extension educators and specialists. Topics will include:
  • “How do you Successfully Measure Soil Health?” — Todd Whitney, cropping systems extension educator
  • “Moving the Farm/Business Forward” — Robert Tigner, agricultural economics cropping systems extension educator
  • “Managing Rootworms, Western Bean Cutworm, and Spidermites” — Ron Seymour, cropping systems extension educator
  • “Late Season N Management in Soybeans” — Strahinja Stepanovic, cropping systems extension educator
  • “UNL-Testing Ag Performance Solutions (TAPS) Farm Management Competition” — Chuck Burr, cropping systems extension educator, and
  • “Managing Herbicide-Resistant Palmer Amaranth” — Sarah Sivits, cropping systems extension educator.
There is no cost to attend these meetings. Pre-registration is encouraged to ensure enough handouts are available. RSVP by contacting the respective location where you wish to attend the meeting.