Before long, alfalfa fields will be greening up and keeping a healthy stand depends in part on keeping pests in control.
With an early cold snap in Nebraska, portions of the state may experience a non-killing frost, and fields in low areas may be especially vulne…
The first half of June brought drier weather and some heat to northeastern South Dakota.
Four sunny days in a row had planters and sprayers running again in northeastern Nebraska, crop watcher Martey Stewart reported from the Dixon area.
Cooler temperatures at the end of July gave crops a break from weathering the heat, but they could use more moisture, crop watcher Mike Stevens said.