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1987

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G87-840 Miscellaneous General Fund Revenues In Nebraska, A.L. (Roy) Frederick Jan 1987

G87-840 Miscellaneous General Fund Revenues In Nebraska, A.L. (Roy) Frederick

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This is one of a series of NebGuides on financing state and local government. Miscellaneous revenues supplement sales and income taxes.

Although general sales and use taxes and income taxes are the major sources of General Fund revenue for Nebraska state government, significant supplemental revenues come from "miscellaneous" sources.


Heg87-211 For Sale By Owner: The Right Choice For You?, Kathleen Parrott, Jana Lamplot Jan 1987

Heg87-211 For Sale By Owner: The Right Choice For You?, Kathleen Parrott, Jana Lamplot

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

The purpose of this NebGuide is to help you decide if a "do-it-yourself" home sale is an appropriate choice. Steps in preparing and marketing a home are reviewed. Ideas to promote the sale and a decision-making checklist are included. The decision to sell your home yourself requires careful consideration. Saving the cost of a real estate agent's commission is a primary reason for "do-it-yourself" sales. However, this type of sale is not all profit. It is necessary to invest time, money and other resources, in preparing and marketing your house.


G87-828 Growing Perennials, Don Steinegger, Anne Streich Jan 1987

G87-828 Growing Perennials, Don Steinegger, Anne Streich

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Planning, soil preparation, and maintenance are necessary in growing a perennial garden of color and interest throughout the growing season.

Herbaceous perennials are non-woody plants that live two or more years under local conditions. The above ground parts of these plants are generally killed to the ground by frost in the fall, but the roots and/or underground parts live through the winter. Growth is renewed and the cycle begins anew in the spring.

While perennials do not require yearly replanting, they still require regular maintenance. For best results, a proper site analysis, soil preparation and routine maintenance are necessary ...