The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is unveiling its new Wheat Variety App — a web-based application that contains results from UNL’s Crop Variety and Hybrid Testing Program research in a new customized format.
Fertilizers and lime are always one of the most expensive crop production inputs for agronomic crops, and this year fertilizer costs could be especially high. These strategies from Pennsylvania State University Extension may help reduce the impact of high fertilizer prices on your bottom line.
Cover crops can supply nitrogen (N) to the soil for the subsequent cash crops and this nitrogen credit may be successfully integrated into N management. Recent research by the University of Tennessee is helping answer the question of how much of the N supplied by cover crops is available for the next cash crop.
A three-year study conducted by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station shows that cover crops can improve yields in soybean fields. The study also answers a lingering question about wheat-double-crop systems. Read more in this article from University of Arkansas Extension.
Farmers may be planning to grow soybeans in 2022 in fields cropped to soybeans in 2021 because of high prices and limited availability of inputs for corn production. But doing this in 2022 in fields infested with the soybean cyst nematode (SCN) will be especially dicey.
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