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Life Sciences

1987

Field crops

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G87-835 Ecofarming: No-Till Ecofallow Proso Millet In Winter Wheat Stubble, Robert E. Ramsel, Lenis Alton Nelson, Gail A. Wicks Jan 1987

G87-835 Ecofarming: No-Till Ecofallow Proso Millet In Winter Wheat Stubble, Robert E. Ramsel, Lenis Alton Nelson, Gail A. Wicks

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

No-till farming is gaining acceptance in semiarid areas of the Central Great Plains. Proso millet can be planted no-till into wheat stubble. This NebGuide tells you how. No-till farming is rapidly gaining acceptance in semiarid areas of the Central Great Plains. Corn and sorghum are now being no-till planted directly into undisturbed wheat stubble and grown successfully. They are planted the spring following wheat harvest. Proso millet can also be planted no-till into wheat stubble.


G87-859 Fertilizer Recommendations For Soybean (Revised August 2006), Richard B. Ferguson, Charles A. Shapiro, Achim R. Dobermann, Charles S. Wortmann Jan 1987

G87-859 Fertilizer Recommendations For Soybean (Revised August 2006), Richard B. Ferguson, Charles A. Shapiro, Achim R. Dobermann, Charles S. Wortmann

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Soybean production in Nebraska has expanded significantly over the past twenty years and is second only to corn in area planted, at almost five million acres. In general, the fertilizer requirements for soybean are typically less than for other crops such as corn, sorghum, and wheat. This guide provides recommendations on how to manage soil fertility with fertilizer and lime applications to optimize the profitability of soybean production.