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  • S84
    S84
    Diagnosing Wheat Production Problems in Kansas

    Publication is under revision. Publication orders may not be immediately filled. This publication will help in diagnosing likely causes of slow growth, distorted appearance, off-colors, injury, and death of wheat plants from planting through harvest. 59-page, color.

    $3.32
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  • MF2339
    MF2339
    Weed Control in Dryland Cropping Systems

    Control weeds in wheat crop; during fallow with herbicides, do not till stubble after wheat harvest. Use atrazine during fallow period. Do not let winter-annual weeds produce seed in spring.

    $0.28
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  • MF1089
    MF1089
    Cleaning Field Sprayers

    Sprayer cleaning will prolong life of the sprayer, prevent unnecessary repairs, reduce contamination of surface & groundwater, & eliminate crop injury from equipment contamination.

    $0.50
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  • MF531
    MF531
    Private Pesticide Applicator Manual

    Information about certification as a private pesticide applicator. A private applicator is one who uses or supervises the use of a restricted use pesticide for production of an agricultural commondity on property the applicator owns or rents, or applies a restricted use pesticide without compensation for the applicator’s employer. 104 p.

    $9.90
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  • MF2239
    MF2239
    Woollyleaf Bursage Biology and Control

    Woollyleaf bursage, also known as bur ragweed, is a perennial noxious weed native to Kansas. Its root system, which can reach a depth of 15 feet, lets it survive extended drought.

    $0.60
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