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  • MF2903
    MF2903
    Top-dress Applications of UAN Fertilizer with Herbicides on Wheat

    Urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) applications can cause foliar burn under certain conditions, and herbicides may increase the risk. Weed-and-feed applications can be safer with favorable weather and the right formulation. 4-page.

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  • MF2866
    MF2866
    Hessian Fly: Kansas Crop Pests

    The Hessian fly, Mayetiola destructor, is often ranked as the most important insect pest in winter wheat production. Plant after the fly-free date, destroy volunteer wheat.

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  • EP145
    EP145
    Triticum Mosaic: A New Wheat Disease in Kansas

    Symptoms of wheat infected with triticum mosaic include light-green or yellow streaking, spotting, or mottling. Wheat curl mites spread the virus. Eliminate volunteer wheat. 2-page, color.

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  • MF2823
    MF2823
    Bird Cherry-Oat Aphid: Kansas Crop Pests

    The bird cherry-oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi, is a common pest of Kansas wheat. It is often associated with yield losses from barley yellow dwarf virus.

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  • L926
    L926
    RonL Hard White Wheat

    RonL is best adapted to dryland production in western Kansas. It has equaled or bettered the performance of our best wheat varieties in that area since 2004. 2-page, b/w.

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