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  • Pruning ornamental trees and shrubs 

    Trinklein, David (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2017-01)
    Pruning is an important practice for maintaining the health, size, form and vigor of trees and shrubs in the landscape. It can reduce transplanting stress by reducing leaf surface area to compensate for root loss during ...
  • Is it safe? Information on genetically engineered foods for consumers 

    Nwadike, Londa (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016-11)
    This fact sheet provides consumers with an introductory overview to genetically engineered (GE) foods (commonly referred to as GMOs -- genetically modified organisms, also called transgenic crops or animals), as well as ...
  • Composting dead swine 

    Lim, Teng Teeh; Zulovich, Joseph M. (Joseph Michael) (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016-11)
    The Missouri Dead Animal Law requires that an animal carcass be properly disposed of within 24 hours of death. Missouri has five acceptable methods of carcass disposal: rendering, composting, landfilling, incineration and ...
  • On the reaction in a mixture of hydrous ferrous ammonium sulfate and sodium chloride 

    Newlon, Homer Thomas (University of Missouri, 1917)
    In connection with work in this laboratory it had been observed that a reaction takes place between hydrous ferrous ammonium sulfate and sodium chloride when they are intimately mixed and kept in tightly closed bottles, ...
  • Rural church survey of Boone county, Missouri 

    Melvin, Bruce (University of Missouri, 1917)
    This thesis is the report of a study made of the rural churches of Boone County, Missouri. The object of this study is to ascertain the status of these churches; whether they are declining or growing, and to determine as ...
  • A study of fruit marketing organizations 

    Lanham, W. B., 1882- (University of Missouri, 1917)
    The question that confronts the fruit grower of the present time is not only how to raise more and better fruit, but how to realize a reasonable profit on what he does produce; how to put up his product so it will reach ...
  • An investigation of the movement of water and petroleum through rock under high pressure 

    Kelley, Ward Wesley (University of Missouri, 1917)
    :Then working upon the problems of underground water supply, ore deposits, and petroleum accumulations, the lack of definite informatlon regarding the laws which govern the movement of liquids through the rocks making ...
  • Library connections, 2016 December 

    University of Missouri-Columbia. Libraries. Office of Development (University of Missouri--Columbia, MU Libraries, 2016)
  • Soils, plant nutrition and nutrient management 

    Nathan, Manjula V. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2017-01)
    Soil as a medium for plant growth can be described as a complex natural material derived from weathering of rocks and decomposition of organic materials, which provide nutrients, moisture and anchorage for plants.
  • Controlling nuisance weasels in Missouri 

    Pierce, Robert A., II (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    Two species of weasels occur in Missouri. Long-tailed weasels (Mustela frenata) are found throughout Missouri but are seldom seen. The smaller least weasel (Mustela nivalis) is found only in northern areas of the state. ...
  • Controlling nuisance chipmunks 

    Pierce, Robert A., II (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    The eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus) is a ground-dwelling rodent common across Missouri, particularly in the Ozark region. Chipmunks have distinctive stripes on their rusty red to chestnut brown fur. Five dark brown ...
  • Carpet beetles and clothes moths 

    Houseman, Richard M. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    Carpet beetles and clothes moths can cause serious damage to fabrics, furs and carpets, among other items. This publication describes the carpet beetle and clothes moth species most commonly found in Missouri homes.
  • Household-invading beetles 

    Houseman, Richard M. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    Several species of beetles may invade homes. Because they rarely damage anything in the home, they generally are considered to be nuisance pests. These insects vary widely in size and habits. This publication describes ...
  • Quick reference insecticide spray guide : wheat [chart] 

    Jones, Moneen M. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    This is a guide showing target pests, pesticide brand names and their active ingredients.
  • Quick reference insecticide spray guide : soybean [chart] 

    Jones, Moneen M. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    This is a guide showing target pests, pesticide brand names and their active ingredients.
  • Quick reference insecticide spray guide : rice [chart] 

    Jones, Moneen M. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    This is a guide showing target pests, pesticide brand names and their active ingredients.
  • Quick reference insecticide spray guide : cotton [chart] 

    Jones, Moneen M. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    This is a guide showing target pests, pesticide brand names and their active ingredients.
  • Quick reference insecticide spray guide : corn [chart] 

    Jones, Moneen M. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    This is a guide showing target pests, pesticide brand names and their active ingredients.
  • Fresh market tomatoes 

    Trinklein, David H. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    The demand for locally-grown, vine-ripened tomatoes remains strong in Missouri. If you can produce high yields of good-quality tomatoes, the opportunity exists for you to make a reasonable return on your investment. The ...
  • Missouri’s fencing and boundary laws : frequently asked questions 

    Koenen, Joe (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
    Missouri has two fence laws: the general fence law (updated Aug. 28, 2001) and the local option fence law. In addition, Missouri law addresses special situations of property bordering a road, a railroad, or a body of water. ...