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Displaying 6 to 10 of 22 Publications.

  • MF3016
    MF3016
    Corn Rust Identification and Management in Kansas

    Common rust is caused by the fungus Puccinia sorghi. Southern rust is caused by the fungus Puccinia polysora. Symptoms of southern rust resemble those of common rust, with some subtle differences. The pustules are usually smaller and circular to oval. 2 pages, color.

    $0.80
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  • SRL141
    SRL141
    Volunteer Corn in Fallow: Keeping Up With Research

    Volunteer corn may not be controlled with glyphosate. Volunteer corn is a common weed in fallow phase of wheat-corn-fallow. Volunteer corn reduced available soil water by 1 in. for every 2,500 plants/a.

  • MF2954
    MF2954
    Black Cutworms: Kansas Crop Pests

    Black cutworms have a wide host range but are of most concern to corn producers. Some corn hybrids are resistant to black cutworm damage. Some seed treatments are labeled for cutworm suppression. Black cutworm outbreaks on corn occur sporadically. 2 p.

    $0.28
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  • MF2832
    MF2832
    Flea Beetle: Kansas Crop Pests

    Various species of flea beetles may affect wheat in early spring and seedling corn or sorghum. They are shiny black, 2-3 mm long, with enlarged hind legs for jumping.

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  • C560
    C560
    Corn Production Handbook

    This publication describes the production of corn in Kansas. 52 p.

    $2.18
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