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Current Landscape Problems


Seasonal information for Nebraska's green industry professionals. Sign up for our monthly email newsletter. 

Plant Identification

Missouri Flora

National Turfgrass Evaluation Program

Weed Identification Guide, Viginia Tech Cooperative Extension

Plant Management

Nebraska Grape Growers - Research-based information for Nebraska's commercial viticulture growers. 

Plant Pests

Bug Review, Illinois Extension

Bugwood Network, University of Georgia

Focus on Plant Problems, University of Illinois Extension

Grasshoppers of Nebraska, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Green Book Chemical Guide

Insects, Spiders, Mice and More, Nebraska Extension

Wildlife Guide, Nebraska Extension

Water Conservation

UNL Drought

UNL Water

Monthly Garden Guide

Monthly to-do lists from our Extension educators to keep your lawn and garden looking great.

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Weather & Pollen

Pollen counts are made five days a week by Dr. Dale Benham, Professor of Biology at Nebraska Wesleyan University, during the pollen season, which is February through mid-October.

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Publicatons & Resources

Backyard Farmer

Dedicated to helping you find solutions to your lawn and garden questions.

Extension Publications

Access to all Nebraska Extension NebGuides.

Nebraska Forestry Service

Enriching the lives of all Nebraskans by protecting, restoring and utilizing Nebraska's tree and forest resources.


Soil Temperature Maps from

Lincoln Area Weather - Current via Accuweather

Weather Summary - High Plains Regional Climate Center

Pollen Counts from Nebraska Wesleyan University

Storm Recovery Resources


Poison Control

Poison Control Center: 1-800-222-1222 Children's Hospital, Omaha

Plants Poisonous to Animals, Cornell University

Animal/Pet Hotline: 1-785-532-5679 | 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, Kansas State University

Animal poisoning emergencies needing immediate assistance should contact a local veterinarian or the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' Animal Poisoning Hotline at 1-888-426-4435