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Life Sciences

Nebraska

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.


G87-834 Leafy Spurge (Revised February 1989), R.S. Moomaw, Alex Martin, R.N. Stougaard Jan 1987

G87-834 Leafy Spurge (Revised February 1989), R.S. Moomaw, Alex Martin, R.N. Stougaard

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Identification and control of leafy spurge, a noxious weed established in about three-fourths of Nebraska's counties, is discussed here.

Leafy spurge, (Euphorbia esula L.) introduced to the United States from Eurasia in 1827, has become a troublesome weed in North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and Nebraska.

Leafy spurge is found in about three-fourths of Nebraska's counties. It is most common in the state's northern and eastern areas. Leafy spurge is found primarily on untilled land such as pastures, range, roadsides, woodlands and farmsteads. Leafy spurge is a noxious weed according to the Nebraska Seed Law and ...