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Smith Tour

Congressman Adrian Smith (R-Neb.), right, poses Monday with a group of students recently in front of the United States Capital in Washington, D.C. Smith hosted the students on a tour of the Capital as part of a Nebraska Rural Electric Association Youth Tour.

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The wonder of wildflowers and Wildflower Week

This is the second and last weekend of Nebraska Wildflower Week.

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Warmth and sunshine allow field work, drive plant growth

n the wake of a departing weather front, air temperatures were slightly cooler across most of the region over the May 29-June 4 period.

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Warming and more rainfall as May comes to an end

Air temperatures warmed considerably over the last week, boosting plant growth around Kimball and across the tri-state region.

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Fungicide application timing for scab of wheat

Fusarium head blight (head scab) can be the most devastating disease of wheat when conditions are favorable, reducing both grain yield and quality.

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