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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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  • L231
    L231
    Musk Thistle: Identification and Control

    The musk thistle or nodding thistle Carduus nutans, is usually a biennial or winter annual, but it occasionally occurs as a summer annual. 6-pages, color.

    $0.46
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  • S80
    S80
    Pigweed Identification: A Pictorial Guide to the Common Pigweeds of the Great Plains

    A generalized distribution map; photographs of seed, seedling, and mature plants; and text describing other identifying features are present for each species.

    $2.02
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  • MF1021
    MF1021
    Rangeland Brush Management

    Removing trees & brush from rangeland can increase forage production and livestock carrying capacity. Eliminating all woody plants is not always practical, necessary, or desirable.

    $0.50
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  • MF1020
    MF1020
    Rangeland Weed Management

    Many plants regarded as weeds are components of grassland ecosystem. It is important to distinguish between desirable rangeland species & weeds that adversely affect forage or livestock production.

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