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Nebraska

1984

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G84-737 Soybean Inoculation -- When Is It Necessary?, Roger Wesley Elmore Jan 1984

G84-737 Soybean Inoculation -- When Is It Necessary?, Roger Wesley Elmore

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebGuide discusses when soybean seed should be inoculated and why, and provides recommendations on inoculant types to use. Soybeans can obtain up to half of their nitrogen needs from the air when nitrogen-fixing rhizobia bacteria are present in the soil. Nitrogen fixation is a result of the symbiotic (beneficial to both) relationship of rhizobia and plants. Establishing rhizobia (inoculation) in a field that has never grown soybeans is needed to insure nitrogen fixation. Reinoculation may be necessary in fields with a past history of soybeans.


G84-733 General Sales And Use Taxes In Nebraska (Revised March 1992), A.L.(Roy) Frederick Jan 1984

G84-733 General Sales And Use Taxes In Nebraska (Revised March 1992), 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. This publication describes how sales taxes support state and municipal government functions.

A sales or use tax is a tax on consumption. It is paid by adding it to the price of purchased products.

Sales and use taxes in Nebraska (and most other states) have several dimensions.


Ec84-1510 Insect Control Guide For Beef Cattle In Nebraska, John B. Campbell Jan 1984

Ec84-1510 Insect Control Guide For Beef Cattle In Nebraska, John B. Campbell

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This extension circular contains information on: precautions; insecticide formulations; and insecticide application methods (sprays, pour-ons, spot-ons, self-treatment devices, feed additives, dips, and injections). It contains a table on insecticides and the pests they target such as cattle grub, cattle lice, face fly, horn fly, mosquitoes, and stable fly. It also contains information in a table on the insecticides registered for use on beef cattle which covers the insecticide, percent active ingredient, method of application, dosage and the restrictions.