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Extension Engineer

University of Nebraska
1111 Lincoln Mall
Lincoln , Nebraska 68988
United States

Company Description: The University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK - www.unk.edu) is a 6,500-student comprehensive public residential institution located in a growing community of 30,000....   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.S. degree , Agricultural Engineering
    University of Nebraska
  • B.S. Degree , Agricultural Engineering
    University of Nebraska
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Paul Jasa, Extension ...
www.notill.org, 3 Nov 2014 [cached]
Paul Jasa, Extension Engineer, UNL Extension, Lincoln, Nebraska
Paul serves as an Extension Engineer, University of Nebraska where he develops and conducts educational programs related to no-till equipment and system management. Experience gained from research and Extension, Paul is a great source of information in the Midwest on no-till planting equipment and system management. Paul will share information that stresses the systems approach and the long-term benefits of no-till while discussing planter and seeder setup tips.
Board | No-till on the Plains
www.notill.org, 6 Oct 2013 [cached]
Paul Jasa
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Paul ...
www.manureexpo.org, 22 Mar 2014 [cached]
Paul Jasa
Paul Jasa serves as an Extension Engineer, University of Nebraska. He develops and conducts educational programs related to no-till equipment and system management. He has been working with planting equipment and tillage system evaluation at the University since 1978. With his experiences gained from research and Extension activities, he has become a good source of information in the Midwest on no-till planting equipment and system management. If there is a mistake to be made with no-till, he's either made it himself or has seen it done! More importantly, he's learned from those mistakes and shares that information in presentations that stress the systems approach and the long-term benefits of continuous no-till.
Cover Crops Boost Yields | TractorLife.com
www.tractorlife.com [cached]
Paul Jasa, University of Nebraska agricultural engineer and no-till disciple, says cover crops can benefit any cropping system. He oversees one field outside of Lincoln, NE that has been under no-till 38 years and still producing above average corn yields. He says large farmers can benefit just as much as smaller operators.
"When it comes to size, some say they're too large to worry about it. It's just the opposite," Jasa says. "Diversity in crops helps the soil. Micropours buildup. The soil holds more water. Pest problems go down and beneficial insects go up."
Jasa says cost of a single cover crop may be about $5 per acre. A cover crop mix, or "cocktail," may cost $20-$25 per acre. "Like with corn planted after soybeans, there is residual N remaining from cover-crop residue," he says.
No-Till On The Plains Board of Directors
www.notill.org, 12 Sept 2012 [cached]
Paul Jasa University of Nebraska
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