Soil-water status (soil moisture) plays a critical role in determining yield potential of crops. Irrigation management requires the knowledge of “when” and “how much” water to apply to optimize crop production and increase and maintain a high level of water use efficiency.
Eating can be a joyful experience for both children and the adults caring for them. This publication provides information about mindful eating to support caregivers and children in developing healthy eating habits by practicing more awareness, curiosity, and gratitude when preparing and eating healthy food.
Pruning, maintenance techniques, and timing for fruit trees are different than for other trees in the landscape. Applying good cultural practices and pruning techniques can help to improve the potential for high-quality fruit.
Annual crop production is not always profitable on some land. This land often has a history of erosion. Including perennial grass or a grass-legume mixture in the rotation may be a means to improve soil productivity and profitability while achieving other benefits.
Many Generation Z youths have the qualities necessary to become entrepreneurs. Promoting youth entrepreneurship can aid economic development in communities.
The 2020 Nebraska Beef Cattle Report is now available for download.
The following tips are designed to tenants save energy with few out-of-pocket costs.
Winter horse care is described in this NebGuide: energy requirements, feeding alterations, water requirements, hair and hoof implications, and shelter needs.