This Week's Show
Doug Simon from Tredas analyzes the July USDA World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates report, gives his thoughts about NAFTA and China trade discussions with the U.S. and discusses basis for both old and new crop. Bruce Anderson, Nebraska Extension forage specialist, explains how high temperatures in the 90s can cause alfalfa to bloom early and become misleading for harvest. Bruce also recommends growers give the plants extra time between hot summer harvests to maintain healthy stands. Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension educator, shares information about the upcoming Soil Health Clinic that will take place at the University of Nebraska Eastern Research and Extension Center (ENREC) near Mead on July 18th. To register for the clinic, go to cropwatch.unl.edu. Bob Wright, Nebraska Extension entomologist, discusses this year’s discovery of Japanese beetles and explains how to scout for the beetles in both corn and soybeans.Watch the Show Program Archive
Next Week's Show - Elaine Kub, author of “Mastering the Grain Markets,” will join us to look at corn and soybean markets. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Extension Weed Scientist and Associate Professor, Dr. Aaron Hager will explain his research on the management of herbicide-resistant pigweed.
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