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1923

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Ec23-122 Sweet Clover In Nebraska, P.H. Stewart, D.L. Gross Jan 1923

Ec23-122 Sweet Clover In Nebraska, P.H. Stewart, D.L. Gross

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Sweet clover is adapted to practically all parts of Nebraska. It will grow under a wide range of soil and climatic conditions and is found growing wild in almost all sections of the state. It grows luxuriantly in eastern Nebraska and also does well in the western part of the state. Sweet clover will grow in regions of less rainfall than will red clover and, under certain conditions, it will do well where alfalfa is not easily grown.

This 1923 circular is largely based on questionnaire replies received from more than 200 farmers growing sweet clover in all parts of ...


Ec23-120 Wheat In Nebraska, W.W. Burr, P.H. Stewart Jan 1923

Ec23-120 Wheat In Nebraska, W.W. Burr, P.H. Stewart

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Wheat is one of the most important crops of the world. In total world tonnage it ranks third, being surpassed only by corn and potatoes. In th United States the tonnage is second only to corn, but wheat is far more important than corn as a human food.

Wheat is more important as a human food than any other rain crop. It is in itself almost a balanced food, and from earliest times has played an important part in the development of civilization. With the development of modern machinery wheat can now be produced without almost no hand work. On ...