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1987

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G87-858 Juniper Blight Diseases, Luanne V. Coziahr, David S. Wysong Jan 1987

G87-858 Juniper Blight Diseases, Luanne V. Coziahr, David S. Wysong

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Recognition and control of several needle and twig blight pathogens which attack junipers.

Junipers are widely used throughout Nebraska in both ornamental landscape plantings and windbreaks. Eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana), Rocky Mountain juniper (J. scopulorum), and other common juniper species are subject to attack by several needle and twig blight pathogens. It is important to properly identify and separate the diseases involved, as each may require a different procedure for effective control.


G87-849 Vaccinations In Sheep Flocks, Dale M. Grotelueschen Jan 1987

G87-849 Vaccinations In Sheep Flocks, Dale M. Grotelueschen

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

High economic return per dollar invested can result from proper flock health management. Vaccinations are part of health management.

A preventive health program in modern sheep production systems is advisable. High economic return per dollar invested can result from proper flock health management. Health management is much more than a vaccination program. Vaccinations themselves are considered for a variety of reasons. These include disease risk management and strict prevention. Vaccinations may also be indicated in situations where management practices other than vaccine administration do not produce optimum health or economic benefits.

It is not feasible to outline one vaccination program ...