Recent Submissions

  • Flowering annuals : petunias 

    Rothenberger, R. R.; Fick, B. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1990)
    "Petunias have become one of the most popular flowering annual garden plants. They are relatively free from insect and disease problems, have a long flowering period, are easy to grow, and are available in a wide range of ...
  • Missouri limestone quality : what is ENM? 

    Buchholz, Daryl D. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1982)
    "Can you get a ton's worth of agricultural limestone out of a ton of agricultural limestone? Probably not. The effectiveness of agricultural limestone depends on two factors: *Calcium carbonate equivalent and *Particle ...
  • Control of poultry disease outbreaks 

    McCune, E. L.; Vanderpopuliere, J. M. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1990)
    "Poultry owners should immediately begin an investigation if a disease is suspected in a flock. Obvious disease signs and symptoms can be identified on the farm while others may require laboratory assistance for proper ...
  • Brooding and rearing chicks for the family flock 

    Vandepopuliere, J. M. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1990)
    "Buy quality chicks from a reliable hatchery. There are some advantages in buying from local sources if they can provide quality chicks, information and service to their customers."--First page.
  • Carpenter ants 

    Sanders, Darryl (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1989)
    "Carpenter ants are generally jet black, but there may be color variants with considerable red. They are large for ants; their size varries from one-eighth to one-half inch in length. This variation is due to the presence ...
  • Cigarette beetle and drugstore beetle 

    Sanders, Darryl (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1989)
    "The cigarette beetle and the drugstore beetle are very small beetles which infest a wide variety of foods, including most dried vegetables and animal materials. Both adults and larvae can cause damage."--First page.
  • Cigarette beetle and drugstore beetle 

    Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
    "The cigarette beetle and the drugstore beetle are very small beetles which infect a wide variety of foods, including most dried vegetable and animal materials. Both adults and larvae can cause damage."--First page.
  • Ants 

    Sanders, Darryl (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1989)
    "Ants are among the most successful insects and are also among the most common pests in and around the home. They may build nests in the soil, in the open lawn, under concrete slabs, stones or boards, and adjacent to ...
  • Elm leaf bettle 

    Sanders, Darryl (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1989)
    "The elm leaf beetle is an annual pest on elm tree foliage, especially Siberian elms (commonly called Chinese elms), throughout the state. Additionally, the beetles may become a household nuisance by migrating into homes ...
  • Elm leaf beetle 

    Craig, Wilfred S. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1984)
    "The elm leaf beetle is an annual pest on elm tree foliage, especially Chinese or Siberian elms, throughout the state. Also, the beetles may become a household nuisance by migrating into homes and buildings during the fall ...
  • Pine wilt disease 

    Palm, Einar W.; Dropkin, Victor L.; Linit, Marc; Trokey, Carol (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1989)
    "The pine wilt disease is caused by a microscopic nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, sometimes known as the pinewood nematode. It is transmitted in Missouri by a long-horned beetle vector, Monochamus carolinensis. It ...
  • Fly control in caged layer buildings for 1983 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
    "House flies, soldier flies and other non-biting flies can and often do become a problem in poultry buildings. They do not bite or feed on the birds but may carry pathogens because of their habit of feeding on manure, dead ...
  • Controlling external parasites of swine 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1989)
  • Controlling external parasites of swine in 1983 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
  • Beef cattle lice control 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1989)
    "Two types of lice may be found on cattle in Missouri, chewing lice and sucking lice."--First page.
  • Beef cattle lice control for 1983 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Two types of lice may be found on cattle in Missouri--chewing lice and sucking lice."--First page.
  • Fly control on beef cattle for 1983 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Flies that attack beef cattle are of two general groups--non-biting, those with sponging mouth parts, and biting, those with piercing-sucking mouth parts. Non-biting includes face flies and house flies. Biting includes ...
  • Fly control in dairy buildings for 1983 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
    "The most common flies found around dairy buildings are house flies and stable flies. They are important to the dairy farmer because they may carry disease-producing pathogens and other organisms which can contaminate milk ...
  • Fly control on dairy cattle for 1983 

    Hall, Robert D.; Jones, Flernoy G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Flies that attack dairy cattle are of two general groups--non-biting, those with sponging mouth parts, and biting, those with piercing-sucking mouth parts. Non-biting includes hse flies and face flies. Biting includes ...
  • Grasses in shade 

    Minner, David D.; Fick, Barbara J. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1990)
    "Trees and shade create a naturally pleasing environment in the landscape, however it is very difficult to grow grass under trees. Shady areas often have less light, tree root competition for nutrients and water, phytotoxic ...

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