At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, research and innovation drive discoveries, scholarship and creative activity that expand basic knowledge and solve real-world problems. Our emergent research outputs help stimulate agro-economic expansion for Nebraska and addresses major challenges facing our state, our nation and the world. Please follow links provided to view selected research and discussion concerning weed science and application technology.
7.14.17 NEBRASKA DEPTARTMENT OF AGRICULTIRE UPDATE: The Nebraska Department of Agriculture is trying to encourage commercial specialty crop growers and certified/transitioning organic growers, as well as beekeepers who sell honey, to register for DriftWatch/BeeCheck, a communication tool for reducing instances of pesticide drift.
|2017 Global Herbicide Resistance Challenge Conference|
|2017 CPDA Presentation|
|Drift Reduction Technologies, CPDA, May 3, 2017|
|2016 North Central Weed Science Society Posters|
The NCWSS is a professional group of those interested in weed science from many perspectives. Many members are affiliated with universities or the crop protection industry; others are crop consultants, state or federal agency or private research personnel, extension educators and others. The NCWSS holds an Annual meeting at which papers and posters are presented, including student paper and poster contests. Click on the posters below to view as a pdf file.
|2016 UNL Cropwatch|
|Control Early Stages of Marestail and Kochia||March 18, 2016|
|2015 UNL Cropwatch|
|2015 Forecasted Corn Yields Based on August 12 Hybrid Maize Simulations||August 14, 2015|
|2015 Forecasted Corn Yields Based on July 29 Hybrid Maize Model Simulations||July 30, 2015|
|2015 Forecasted Corn Yields Based on Hybrid Maize Model Simulations as of July 15||July 17, 2015|
|The Corn Yield Forecasting Center: Approach and Interpretation of Results||June 26, 2015|
|Why Residual Herbicides are Important Tools in Battling Hard-to-Control Weeds||May 1, 2015|
|Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth Confirmed in Southwest Nebraska||May 1, 2015|