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Grand Island, Nebraska, the Site of the First Successful Sugar Beet Factory in the United States Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: June, 2016
A Chronological List of Significant Scientific Advancements, Discoveries, or Honors in Plant Pathology History in Nebraska Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: May, 2016
New Rhizoctonia Diseases of Sugar Beets in Nebraska? Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: December, 2014
Rollins A. Emerson: The Namesake of the Bacterial Wilt-Resistant Great Northern Dry Bean Cultivar Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist , University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: December, 2014
John Weihing – Distinguished Administrator, Extension Plant Pathologist and Nebraska Citizen Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Panhandle REC
Posted: December, 2014
Pioneers of Plant Pathology in Nebraska (Part II) – Robert W. Goss Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: September, 2014
Pioneers of Plant Pathology in Nebraska (Part I) – George L. Peltier Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist , University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: June, 2014
A Brief History of Bacterial Diseases of Dry Beans Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: October, 2013
Rhizoctonia, the First Root Disease Pathogen Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: February, 2013
The Curious Re-emergence of Goss’ Wilt of Corn and Bacterial Wilt of Dry Beans in the Central High Plains Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist , Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: November, 2012
The Century Disease of Sugar Beets – It Appears Every One Hundred Years? Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: February, 2012
The Unusual History of the False Root Knot Nematode in Central High Plains Sugar Beet Production Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: December, 2011
A Historical Perspective of Goss’ Wilt in Nebraska Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: July, 2011
Sugarbeet Production in Nebraska: An Abbreviated History Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: May, 2011
Reflections on Bacterial Wilt and a Summary of Studies Conducted in Nebraska Robert M Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Carlos A. Urrea, Dry Bean Breeder, and C. Dean Yonts, Extension Irrigation Engineer, University of Nebraska, Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: February, 2011
Plant Pathology and its Presence in Western Nebraska Robert M. Harveson, Extension Plant Pathologist , Panhandle REC, Scottsbluff
Posted: May, 2010