Your browser either does not support JavaScript, or has JavaScript turned off. This website requires JavaScript to function correctly.

K-State Research and Extension - Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

24 Umberger Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

785-532-5830
785-532-7938 fax
orderpub@k-state.edu

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday:
8AM - 5PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Sort by:       

Crops » Various

Displaying 16 to 20 of 20 Publications.

  • MF2234
    MF2234
    Fall Freeze Damage in Summer Grain Crops

    When summer crops are exposed to freezing temperatures, producers must determine if crop should be harvested for grain or livestock feed. See charts to estimate crop yield loss.

    $0.42
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF2174
    MF2174
    Predicting the Final Irrigation for Corn, Grain Sorghum, and Soybeans

    To schedule final irrigation, the following information is needed: Current crop stage of growth. Predicted water use to maturity. Amount of usable water in root zone. Assume no rain occurs.

    $0.00
    view publication Quantity:
  • NCR403
    NCR403
    Seed Lot Sampling

    Sampling is the first step in assuring accuracy & precision in seed testing. The purpose of seed testing is to obtain information regarding planting value of seed in any particular seed lot.

  • MF966
    MF966
    Establishing On-Farm Demonstration and Research Plots

    Plots are designed to compare differences in tillage methods, herbicide treatments, varieties or hybrids, fertilizer source or rates, methods of chemical application, & other crop production inputs.

    $0.35
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF933
    MF933
    Questions & Answers: Peaking Grain in Round Storage Structures

    Bins should be checked twice a month if grain is peaked; aeration is greatly hindered. Inspection is nearly impossible in overfilled bins, which have more problems with insects, mold, & moisture.

    $0.13
    view publication Quantity:

Displaying 16 to 20 of 20 Publications.

First «Previous 1 2 3 4 Next» Last 


Choose SubTopic:
Alfalfa
Biotechnology
Canola
Corn
Cotton
Forages
Other
Pests
Produce
Sorghum
Soybeans
Sunflower
Turfgrass & Ornamentals
Various
Wheat