The goal of the Genomes to Fields Initiative (G2F) is to study the interactions between genetic variations, environmental factors, management decisions and how these interactions contribute to the variations in crop yields across different farms, environments and years. Understanding how these many factors interact with various corn hybrids informs effective management strategies and helps to identify suitable hybrid choices for specific conditions.¬†Understanding what factors affect corn yield in certain areas is critical to guide management decisions, as well as the selection of the proper hybrids for specific environments. This work involves researchers from 22 states. This project taps into unique data collection methods including the use of a SpiderCam, a multispectral camera able to take thermal images of the corn crop. Additionally, high-resolution satellite data was collected from field trials. This Nebraska involvement within G2F holds the promise that as new tools emerge for predicting crop performance under abnormal weather conditions, these models will reliably cater to the needs of Nebraska’s farmers in the years ahead.¬†