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  • MF3089
    MF3089
    Wheat Stem Sawfly: Kansas Crop Pests

    Identification, biology, behavior, and management of this pest of wheat in Kansas. 4-page, full color.

    $2.20
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  • S54
    S54
    Diagnosing Corn Production Problems in Kansas

    This publication will help diagnose likely causes of slow growth, distorted appearance, off-colors, injury and death of corn plants from planting through harvest

    $6.50
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  • MF3014
    MF3014
    Marestail Control in Kansas

    In no-till cropping systems, control of marestail (Conyza canadensis) is difficult. The weed is also known as horseweed or Canadian horseweed. Marestail, native to the United States, is considered either a winter or summer annual that is often difficult to identify. 8 pages, color.

    $1.75
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  • L873
    L873
    Biological Control of Musk Thistle in Kansas

    Biological control uses a pest’s natural enemies. Using the musk thistle head and/or rosette weevil may prove to be an effective alternative method of control for musk thistles. 8 p.

    $1.30
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  • MF2949
    MF2949
    Kochia Toxicity

    Kochia (Kochia scoparia), known as fireweed or summer cypress, usually has good forage value. Toxicity may occur with both harvested and grazed plants if kochia plants are allowed to grow more than 18 to 24 inches tall or begin to develop seedheads. 2 p.

    $0.15
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