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Nebraska

1999

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Ec99-107 Nebraska Proso, Sunflower, Bean, Pea, Oat And Spring Wheat Variety Tests, 1999, David D. Baltensperger, Glen E. Frickel, Robert N. Klein, James Krall, Randy Anderson, James Hain, Clair Stymiest, Jerry Nachtman, Lenis Alton Nelson, P. Stephen Baenziger Jan 1999

Ec99-107 Nebraska Proso, Sunflower, Bean, Pea, Oat And Spring Wheat Variety Tests, 1999, David D. Baltensperger, Glen E. Frickel, Robert N. Klein, James Krall, Randy Anderson, James Hain, Clair Stymiest, Jerry Nachtman, Lenis Alton Nelson, P. Stephen Baenziger

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This circular is a progress report of spring small grain trials grown throughout Nebraska, and proso, sunflower, dry bean, and field pea variety trials conducted by the Panhandle Research and Extension Center, Scottsbluff, and the High Plains Agricultural Laboratory, Sidney. Conduct of the experiments and publication of results is a joint effort of the Agricultural Research Division and the Cooperative Extension Service.


Mp99-40 The Economics And Control Of Insects Affecting Beef Cattle In Nebraska (Northern Great Plains), John B. Campbell, Gustave D. Thomas Jan 1999

Mp99-40 The Economics And Control Of Insects Affecting Beef Cattle In Nebraska (Northern Great Plains), John B. Campbell, Gustave D. Thomas

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Livestock insect control should be considered an integral part of an efficient beef herd health program.

This extension circular discusses the behavior and control of these major insect parasites of range and pasture cattle in Nebraska: stable fly, horn fly, face fly, cattle grubs, cattle lice, cattle scabies, horse and deer flies, mosquito, black fly, and biting midges (gnats).


G99-1380 Estimating Tourism's Economic Impact In Nebraska Counties, Brian J. Hill Jan 1999

G99-1380 Estimating Tourism's Economic Impact In Nebraska Counties, Brian J. Hill

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Developing tourism can enhance the economy. This NebGuide describes how to use lodging tax statistics to estimate the impact of tourism on a community.

Every community interested in developing tourism to enhance or diversify their economy wants to know how much good tourism can do for them. While tourism is not the answer to every community's economic challenges, it can provide economic benefits in many cases. These economic benefits must then be compared to the social, cultural and environmental changes that tourism might bring in order to judge its acceptability in community economic development efforts.

Politicians, planners and citizens ...


Nf99-397 Gray Leaf Spot Of Perennial Ryegrass In Nebraska, John E. Watkins Jan 1999

Nf99-397 Gray Leaf Spot Of Perennial Ryegrass In Nebraska, John E. Watkins

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Gray leaf spot, caused by the fungus Pyricularia grisea, was reported in the early 1970s to be a damaging disease of annual ryegrass grown for forage in the southeastern United States. Forage yield losses were so severe that the disease was named ryegrass blast.

This NebFact discusses the diagnosis, future occurrences, and management of gray leaf spot in Nebraska and surrounding states.


Ec99-106 Nebraska Grain Sorghum Hybrid Tests, 1999, Lenis Alton Nelson, Roger Wesley Elmore, Robert N. Klein, David D. Baltensperger Jan 1999

Ec99-106 Nebraska Grain Sorghum Hybrid Tests, 1999, Lenis Alton Nelson, Roger Wesley Elmore, Robert N. Klein, David D. Baltensperger

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This circular is a progress report of grain sorghum trials conducted to obtain yield and other information for some of the hybrids being marketed. The 1999 season was the 42th year that private hybrids were included in these trials. Cooperating were the Agronomy Department and the South Central, West Central, and Panhandle Research and Extension Centers. Conduct of experiments and publication of results is a joint effort of the Agricultural Research Division and the Cooperative Extension Service.