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Topics and Publications:

2006 Guide for Weed Mangement in Nebraska

Atrazine and Non-Atrazine Herbicide Comparisons in Conventional Till Corn

Atrazine and Non-Atrazine Herbicide Comparisons in No-Till Corn

Composting Manure and Other Organic Residues

Corn Production/Field Crops

Crop Production/Field Crops

Cultural Practices to Improve Weed Control in Winter Wheat

Determining Crop Available Nutrients from Manure


Drinking Water: Nitrate-Nitrogen

Ecofarming Spring Row Crop Planting and Weed Control in Winter Wheat Stubble

Farm Management - Budgeting, Law, Insurance, Contracts, Leasing, Marketing, Prices, etc.

Fertilizer Suggestions for Corn

Fertilizer Recommendations for Soybeans

Fertilizing Proso Millet

Fertlizing Sugarbeet

Fertilizing Winter Wheat I: Nitrogen, Potassium, and Micronutrients

Fertilizing Winter Wheat II: Phosphorus


Fungicide Options for Managing Foliar Diseases on Wheat

Insects & Pests

Irrigation Management and Engineering

Managing Furrow Irrigation Systems

Manure Testing: What to Request?

Pesticides - General Information

Pesticide Laws and Regulations

Plant Diseases

Range and Forage

Sampling Manures for Nutrient Analysis

Setting a Realistic Corn Yield

Sewage Sludge Utilization for Crop Production

Soil Management

Use of Herbicide Tolerant Crops as a Component of an Integrated Weed Management Program

Using Starter Fertilizers for Corn, Grain Sorghum and Soybeans

Waste Management

Water Management

Water Quality

Weeds: Field and Pasture

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