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Recent Submissions

  • Introduction to the Economics of Pasture-Based Dairying 

    Horner, Joe L.; Milhollin, Ryan; Hamilton, Stacy A.; Prewitt, Wayne; Rickard, Tony (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2011-07)
    The following series of minimalist, pasture-based dairy model farms (75-cow, 150-cow, 300-cow and 600-cow) was developed to help dairy producers understand the economics of these dairy systems. Each model is customized to ...
  • Roses: Care After Planting 

    Starbuck, Christopher J. (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2004-09)
    Roses are well adapted to many different environmental conditions. However, proper care after planting is essential to develop the plants into beautiful and productive specimens.
  • Roses: Selecting and Planting 

    Starbuck, Christopher J.; Kroening, Mary (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2004-10)
    Roses are one of the world's most popular flowers. Their beauty and delicate fragrance have universal appeal. Roses are well adapted to many different environmental conditions. They are useful for cut flowers and many ...
  • Fertility Management of Cotton 

    Albers, David W.; Hefner, Steven Glenn; Klobe, Dale (University of Missouri Extension, 1993-03)
    The proper fertilization of cotton is difficult to determine because many variables can affect development and production. Anything that causes plant stress will affect nutrient uptake. Some factors involved are: soil ...
  • The Boll Weevil in Missouri: History, Biology and Management 

    Sorenson, Clyde (University of Missouri Extension, 1995-04)
    The cotton boll weevil, Anthonomus grandis grandis, is the most important pest of cotton in much of America's Cotton Belt. Its importance is due not only to the considerable damage it does but also to its disruption of ...
  • Cotton Harvest Aids 

    Albers, David W.; Fishel, Fred; Mobley, Jill B. (University of Missouri Extension, 1994-03)
    Removing leaves and opening bolls with harvest aids are important components of a management plan for producing high-quality cotton fiber. When not properly managed, harvest aids may reduce yield and quality. By properly ...