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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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  • S121
    S121
    Identifying Caterpillars in Corn and Sorghum

    Photos, descriptions, diagrams of caterpillar pests of corn & sorghum: fall armyworm, black, variegated & dingy cutworm, cattail caterpillar, corn earworm, European & SW corn borer, Stalk borer, etc.

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  • MF2516
    MF2516
    Narrow Row Corn Production in Kansas

    Discusses agronomic considerations, machinery considerations and economic considerations of narrow row corn.

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  • EP96
    EP96
    Corn Grading Procedures

    USDA definitions & descriptions. Each determination of class, damaged kernels, heat-damaged kernels, waxy corn, flint corn, and dent corn is made on the basis of the grain. Color photos. 5 p.

    $3.42
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  • MF2497
    MF2497
    Economic Issues with White Corn

    This publication presents trends in white corn production and marketing in recent years; it is used in high quality, light-colored flour for food use.

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