This Week's Show
What’s A Weather Market? - How the forecast shakes out is critically important during the growing season. Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist Al Dutcher explains how the weather can impact your bottom line.
Markets with Frayne Olson - Frayne Olson, North Dakota State University Ag Economist, discusses early harvest results from this year's wheat crop, recommendations for selling corn and soybeans and how the pandemic has specifically affected ag producers close to him.
Crop Disease Updates - It’s the middle of growing season and crop diseases are becoming more apparent. Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist Tamra Jackson-Ziems provides a rundown of what diseases are having a significant impact on producers this year.
Al’s Forecast - Is any relief from the heat on the way? Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist Al Dutcher has our forecast for the week.
Insect Scouting - Immature grasshoppers and adult Japanese beetles were reported in several areas. Nebraska Extension Educator Bob Wright gives some tips on scouting and treating the pests. For more information, visit cropwatch for japanese beetle and grasshopper articles.
Next Week's Show - Mike Briggs will join us to discuss the cattle markets. Plus, it's been one year since the collapse of an irrigation tunnel in Western Nebraska. We'll have an update on how things look now.Watch the Show Program Archive
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