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Displaying 51 to 55 of 65 Publications.

  • MF2220
    MF2220
    Karnal Bunt--Questions and Answers

    Discusses the the importance, controls and survey of the wheat disease karnal bunt.

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  • MF2570
    MF2570
    Chloride in Kansas: Plant, Soil, and Fertilizer Considerations

    Physical symptoms of chloride deficiency on plants vary and are not always consistent. In wheat, some varieties show a characteristic leaf spotting, described as random chlorotic spots on leaves.

    $0.55
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  • S122
    S122
    Identifying Caterpillars in Wheat

    Photos, descriptions, diagrams of caterpillar pests of wheat: army cutworm, armyworm, fall armyworm, pale western cutworm, variegated cutworm, wheathead armyworm.

    $0.51
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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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  • MF2363
    MF2363
    Emergency Storage of Grain: Outdoor Piling

    Outdoor piling of grain is a temporary or emergency grain storage practice used by grain elevator operators during bumper-crop years.

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