Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic Virtual Training

COURSE 15 - Midwest Soybean Production Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic

Pest Management - Section 2

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, in person training sessions were not offered in 2020 in an effort to protect the health and safety or our participants and presenters.  The Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic training sessions are now available online, coming directly to you no matter where you are.

Midwest Soybean Production Training

About this course

The presentations in this course are part of the Nebraska Extension MIDWEST CORN PRODUCTION Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic.  We wish to express our appreciation to the USDA-NRCS, private industry professionals and UNL staff and faculty for their efforts in sharing their expertise and knowledge at this educational program.

  • Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) credits are available for those who view the presentations and complete the quick review questions and feedback questions. 
  • Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) = 1 Pest Management.  
  • A certificate of completion is provided at the conclusion of this course.

Topics included in this course:

SB1 – Welcome

SB11 - Early Season Pests

SB12 - Soybean Gall Midge

SB13 - Soybean Defoliators

SB14 - Detectes Stem Borer

SB27 – Conclusion

Presenters include:

  • Justin McMechan, University of Nebraska Crop Protection and Cropping Systems Specialist

  • Introduction and Closing - Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator


About Nebraska Extension's Crop Management Training

Change is constant in agriculture. Keeping up with the latest technology and changes in crop production in a timely manner is a continuing challenge for those in agricultural professions.  Ongoing, in-depth training opportunities are needed in crop management and diagnostics by many producers and professionals.  Crop Management Diagnostic Clinics help meet the needs of those seeking to stay abreast of current issues, production and management practices.

Nebraska Extension's Crop Management educational programs are tailored for agricultural businesses, representatives, producers, educators, and others wishing to expand their knowledge base or pursuing Continuing Education Credits. If you are seeking educational opportunities in crop production, management, and diagnostics, explore the links on this page to see how we can help you meet that need.

This training was produced at the Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic site at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center near Mead, Nebraska.   Demonstration plots are specifically developed for training.  We kept clinic plots active throughout the growing season in 2020 and recorded presentations and demonstration.

More about the training:

  • Virtual in-field training with CCA credits.
  • Learn from the unbiased expertise of university and industry agricultural specialists.
  • Up-to-date,  current, research-based information is presented.
  • The training sessions consistently receive excellent reviews.  Last year, participants estimated the value of the knowledge gained and/or anticipated practice changes as an increase of $9.16 per acre.

The fee for this course is $30. To purchase and enroll in the course, click the following button:

Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic Virtual Training

COURSE 14 - Midwest Soybean Production Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic

Pest Management - Section 1

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, in person training sessions were not offered in 2020 in an effort to protect the health and safety or our participants and presenters.  The Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic training sessions are now available online, coming directly to you no matter where you are.

Midwest Soybean Production Training

About this course

The presentations in this course are part of the Nebraska Extension MIDWEST CORN PRODUCTION Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic.  We wish to express our appreciation to the USDA-NRCS, private industry professionals and UNL staff and faculty for their efforts in sharing their expertise and knowledge at this educational program.

  • Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) credits are available for those who view the presentations and complete the quick review questions and feedback questions. 
  • Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) = 1 Pest Management.  
  • A certificate of completion is provided at the conclusion of this course.

Topics included in this course:

SB1 – Welcome

SB7 - Soybean Cyst Nematode

SB8 - Phytophthora

SB9 - Frogeye Leaf Spot

SB10 - White Mold and SDS

SB27 – Conclusion

Presenters include:

  • Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist

  • Introduction and Closing - Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator


About Nebraska Extension's Crop Management Training

Change is constant in agriculture. Keeping up with the latest technology and changes in crop production in a timely manner is a continuing challenge for those in agricultural professions.  Ongoing, in-depth training opportunities are needed in crop management and diagnostics by many producers and professionals.  Crop Management Diagnostic Clinics help meet the needs of those seeking to stay abreast of current issues, production and management practices.

Nebraska Extension's Crop Management educational programs are tailored for agricultural businesses, representatives, producers, educators, and others wishing to expand their knowledge base or pursuing Continuing Education Credits. If you are seeking educational opportunities in crop production, management, and diagnostics, explore the links on this page to see how we can help you meet that need.

This training was produced at the Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic site at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center near Mead, Nebraska.   Demonstration plots are specifically developed for training.  We kept clinic plots active throughout the growing season in 2020 and recorded presentations and demonstration.

More about the training:

  • Virtual in-field training with CCA credits.
  • Learn from the unbiased expertise of university and industry agricultural specialists.
  • Up-to-date,  current, research-based information is presented.
  • The training sessions consistently receive excellent reviews.  Last year, participants estimated the value of the knowledge gained and/or anticipated practice changes as an increase of $9.16 per acre.

The fee for this course is $30. To purchase and enroll in the course, click the following button:

Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic Virtual Training

COURSE 13 - Midwest Soybean Production Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic

Nutrient Management

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, in person training sessions were not offered in 2020 in an effort to protect the health and safety or our participants and presenters.  The Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic training sessions are now available online, coming directly to you no matter where you are.

Midwest Soybean Production Training

About this course

The presentations in this course are part of the Nebraska Extension MIDWEST CORN PRODUCTION Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic.  We wish to express our appreciation to the USDA-NRCS, private industry professionals and UNL staff and faculty for their efforts in sharing their expertise and knowledge at this educational program.

  • Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) credits are available for those who view the presentations and complete the quick review questions and feedback questions. 
  • Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) = 1 Nutrient Management.  
  • A certificate of completion is provided at the conclusion of this course.

Topics included in this course:

SB1 – Welcome

SB2 - Soybean Zinc requirements

SB3 - Base-cation saturation ratio concept

SB4 - Does the “ideal soil” with base-cation saturation ratio concept exist?

SB5 - Boron Application

SB6 - Boron Demonstration Plots

SB27 – Conclusion

Presenters include:

  • Nathan Mueller, Cropping Systems Extension Educator

  • Javed Iqbal, Nebraska Extension Nutrient Management and Water Quality Specialist

  • Introduction and Closing - Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator


The fee for this course is $30. To purchase and enroll in the course, click the following button:

Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic Virtual Training

COURSE 12 - Midwest Soybean Production Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic

Crop Management

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, in person training sessions were not offered in 2020 in an effort to protect the health and safety or our participants and presenters.  The Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic training sessions are now available online, coming directly to you no matter where you are.

Midwest Soybean Production Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic Header

About this course

The presentations in this course are part of the Nebraska Extension MIDWEST CORN PRODUCTION Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic.  We wish to express our appreciation to the USDA-NRCS, private industry professionals and UNL staff and faculty for their efforts in sharing their expertise and knowledge at this educational program.

  • Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) credits are available for those who view the presentations and complete the quick review questions and feedback questions. 
  • Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) = 1 Crop Management.  
  • A certificate of completion is provided at the conclusion of this course.

Topics included in this course:

SB1 – Welcome

SB18- Soy Planting Date - Yield

SB20 - Soybean Planting Date - Vegetative & Reproductive Duration

SB21 - Soybean Planting Date - Now Versus Then

SB22 - Soybean Planting Date - Variety Maturity Group Choice

SB23 - Soybean Varietal Maturity Group & Pre Soy Cover Crop

SB24 - Soybean Varietal Maturity Group & Post Soy Cover Crop

SB25 - Soybean Seeding Depth & Rate

SB26 - Soybean Row Width

SB27 – Conclusion

Presenters include:

  • Jim Specht, University of Nebraska Emeritus Professor

  • Introduction and Closing - Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator


About Nebraska Extension's Crop Management Training

Change is constant in agriculture. Keeping up with the latest technology and changes in crop production in a timely manner is a continuing challenge for those in agricultural professions.  Ongoing, in-depth training opportunities are needed in crop management and diagnostics by many producers and professionals.  Crop Management Diagnostic Clinics help meet the needs of those seeking to stay abreast of current issues, production and management practices.

Nebraska Extension's Crop Management educational programs are tailored for agricultural businesses, representatives, producers, educators, and others wishing to expand their knowledge base or pursuing Continuing Education Credits. If you are seeking educational opportunities in crop production, management, and diagnostics, explore the links on this page to see how we can help you meet that need.

This training was produced at the Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic site at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center near Mead, Nebraska.   Demonstration plots are specifically developed for training.  We kept clinic plots active throughout the growing season in 2020 and recorded presentations and demonstration.

More about the training:

  • Virtual in-field training with CCA credits.
  • Learn from the unbiased expertise of university and industry agricultural specialists.
  • Up-to-date,  current, research-based information is presented.
  • The training sessions consistently receive excellent reviews.  Last year, participants estimated the value of the knowledge gained and/or anticipated practice changes as an increase of $9.16 per acre.

The fee for this course is $30. To purchase and enroll in the course, click the following button:

Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic Virtual Training

COURSE 16 - Midwest Soybean Production Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic

Pest Management - Section 3

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, in person training sessions were not offered in 2020 in an effort to protect the health and safety or our participants and presenters.  The Nebraska Extension Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic training sessions are now available online, coming directly to you no matter where you are.

Midwest Soybean Production Training

About this course

The presentations in this course are part of the Nebraska Extension MIDWEST CORN PRODUCTION Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic.  We wish to express our appreciation to the USDA-NRCS, private industry professionals and UNL staff and faculty for their efforts in sharing their expertise and knowledge at this educational program.

  • Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) credits are available for those who view the presentations and complete the quick review questions and feedback questions. 
  • Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) = .5 Pest Management.  
  • A certificate of completion is provided at the conclusion of this course.

Topics included in this course:

SB1 – Welcome

SB15 - Early Season Weed Management

SB16 - Cover Crops and Weed Control

SB17 - Cover Crops and Interseeding

SB19 - Soybean Planting Date - Sunlight Capture

SB27 – Conclusion

Presenters include:

  • Chris Proctor, Nebraska Weed Management Extension Educator

  • Jim Specht, University of Nebraska Emeritus Professor

  • Introduction and Closing - Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator


About Nebraska Extension's Crop Management Training

Change is constant in agriculture. Keeping up with the latest technology and changes in crop production in a timely manner is a continuing challenge for those in agricultural professions.  Ongoing, in-depth training opportunities are needed in crop management and diagnostics by many producers and professionals.  Crop Management Diagnostic Clinics help meet the needs of those seeking to stay abreast of current issues, production and management practices.

Nebraska Extension's Crop Management educational programs are tailored for agricultural businesses, representatives, producers, educators, and others wishing to expand their knowledge base or pursuing Continuing Education Credits. If you are seeking educational opportunities in crop production, management, and diagnostics, explore the links on this page to see how we can help you meet that need.

This training was produced at the Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic site at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center near Mead, Nebraska.   Demonstration plots are specifically developed for training.  We kept clinic plots active throughout the growing season in 2020 and recorded presentations and demonstration.

More about the training:

  • Virtual in-field training with CCA credits.
  • Learn from the unbiased expertise of university and industry agricultural specialists.
  • Up-to-date,  current, research-based information is presented.
  • The training sessions consistently receive excellent reviews.  Last year, participants estimated the value of the knowledge gained and/or anticipated practice changes as an increase of $9.16 per acre.

The fee for this course is $15. To purchase and enroll in the course, click the following button: