UNL Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd takes a look at different plant/pot combinations for the fall season.
The Backyard Farmer panel answer gardening questions.
Ron Harvey from Urban Trails Gardens shows some examples of miniature gardens.
Distillers grains have become much cheaper, compared with earlier in the year. Aaron Stalker, UNL Extension beef range systems specialist, explains why using distillers grains could benefit producers – if they can properly store the product.
This week on Market Journal… Market Analysis – Frayne Olson, North Dakota State Extension economist, analyzes the opportunities for a rally in soybeans, selling strategies for corn going into harvest, and the current condition of U.S. winter wheat. Aphid Tolerant Soybean Research – Soybean aphids are common pests in Nebraska. Tom Hunt, UNL Extension entomologist, gives an update on research with aphid tolerance in soybeans. Marketing 2014 Calves – With current price levels, cow/calf producers could see good profits when selling 2014 calves. Aaron Berger, UNL Extension educator, outlines a few options to consider when thinking about marketing this year’s calf crop. Storing Distillers Grains – Distillers grains have become much cheaper, compared with earlier in the year. Aaron Stalker, UNL Extension beef range systems specialist, explains why using distillers grains could benefit producers – if they can properly store the product. Future Weed Control Options – Pending regulatory approval, soybean growers could be able to utilize Roundup Ready Xtend and Enlist Duo. Greg Kruger, UNL Extension cropping systems specialist, explains why farmers will still need to maintain a strong weed control program under those systems. Weather Forecast – Al Dutcher, UNL Extension state climatologist, gives his forecast for the coming week.
With current price levels, cow/calf producers could see good profits when selling 2014 calves. Aaron Berger, UNL Extension educator, outlines a few options to consider when thinking about marketing this year’s calf crop.
Aaron Hoshide interviews grower Paul Sweetland at Clarry Hill, ME. They discuss some of the economic challenges facing growers such as renting honey bee and bumble bee hives, and planting pasture strips to attract native pollinators. This is a shortened version of the Part 6 video posted in July.
Preparing Students for the Ever Changing Beef Industry. Dr. Dennis Brink, University of Nebraska - Lincoln Professor of Animal Science.
Dr. Larry Berger, Animal Science Department Head at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, discusses how methane emissions relate to food production and the growing world population.
John Marquis was on a mission of creating a men's shaving lotion, after he created the perfect combination, he started Ogallala Bay Rum by selling on eBay! Soon John discovered he was in the world of retail and wholesale! John will share what he learned about marketing and selling! To learn more about Ogallalg Bay Rum go to - http://www.ogallalabayrum.com/ Never miss a Friday 15 chat by registering for email reminders at https://go.unl.edu/friday15registration
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension's 4-H youth development program is open to youth ages 5-18. Emphasis is on science, ag literacy, healthy lifestyles, career development and citizenship/leadership. 4-H members learn by doing hands-on projects. The 4-H cat project is one of many animal science projects youth can participate in. Learn more at http://4h.unl.edu/4hcurriculum/cat. In Lancaster County, many 4-H'ers showcase their projects at the Lancaster County Super Fair -- information at http://superfair.org. After this year's 4-H Cat Show at the Super Fair, the youth recreated a tunnel walk with their own ribbon-winning cats!
Video footage of a dog clinic focused on showmanship presented by Trudy Supalla. The Nebraska 4-H Dog Show Rules says: "In showmanship classes, exhibitors are judged on their ability to groom and handle the dog in the show ring."
Learn Viral Video Success Tips from Greg Peterson, one of the famous Peterson Farm Bros., as he chats with Dr. Connie Reimers-Hild, Extension Educator from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
To engage youth, I wanted to create an educational lesson with a different spin by incorporating digital media and technology into a healthy foods lesson... an Educational Remix for Trail Mix.
Looking for a quick and healthy on-the-go snack? Visit food.unl.edu for more recipes.
Create healthier meetings by offering healthier beverages and snacks while including physical activity breaks.
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