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The University of Nebraska - Lincoln Extension presents this site containing information on designing and installing drip irrigation systems. This can help your trees become effective windbreaks at an earlier date than...
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture (AFBFA) offers projects which include K-12 and some college agricultural education, consumer education, agricultural research, scholarships and farm safety programs....
In 2001 the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Economic Research Service (see the July 2, 1998 Scout Report for Business & Economics) launched several services that collectively offer expanded access to information...
The University of Nebraska - Lincoln Extension examines surge irrigation test results. Tabulated and discussed in this article, the site provides solid statistical evidence to enhance the publication. The site...
In soil mechanics, it is virtually always useful to quantify the size of the grains in a type of soil. Since a given soil will often be made up of grains of many different sizes, sizes are measured in terms of grain...
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