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Thesis (M.S)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1968. Department of Agricultural Engineering.
The primary objective of this study was to establish a method and procedure for evaluating the effectiveness of devices used for the incorporation of granular soil chemicals. The evaluation was to include effectiveness of incorporation with respect to longitudinal position as well as depth and lateral positioning of the chemical.
The secondary objectives of this study were:
To establish the reliability of the method by showing that the results obtained were reproducible.
To evaluate one or two tools commonly used in Nebraska for chemical incorporation into the soil.
Advisor: George W. Steinbruegge