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Crops » Sorghum

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  • MF742
    MF742
    Sorghum Insect Management 2015

    Publication is revised annually to help producers manage insect populations with the best methods proven to be practical under Kansas conditions. Revised, 8-page, b/w.

    $0.80
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  • S125
    S125
    Diagnosing Sorghum Production Problems in Kansas

    This publication identifies many of the common issues producers encounter when raising grain sorghum in Kansas. It includes 112 color photos. 52-page, color.

    $6.15
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  • MF3165
    MF3165
    Crop Residues: Abundance and Considerations for Alternative Uses

    This publication identifies crop residues, which may have potential application in other industries, and their relative abundance. 4-page, color.

    $2.05
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  • MF1081
    MF1081
    Harvesting Grain from Freeze-damaged Sorghum

    Grain sorghum in Kansas often is subjected to a killing freeze before maturity. It is crucial to make a test cutting, analyze it for test weight, yield potential before making any decisions.

    $0.30
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  • MF2832
    MF2832
    Flea Beetle: Kansas Crop Pests

    Various species of flea beetles may affect wheat in early spring and seedling corn or sorghum. They are shiny black, 2-3 mm long, with enlarged hind legs for jumping.

    $0.25
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