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K-State Research and Extension - Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Crops » Pests

Displaying 16 to 20 of 46 Publications.

  • MF2891
    MF2891
    Stink Bugs: Crop Pests

    The green stink bug, Acrosternum hilare, and brown stink bug, Euschistus servus, feed on many types of vegetables and row crops.

    $0.32
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  • S151
    S151
    Sensitive Crop Grown Here: Sign

    Sign to warn applicators that herbicide, pesticide drift could harm crop near a sign. Help applicators learn where sensitive crops grow, register a sign with KS Dept. of Ag. at: http://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/pesticide-fertilizer/sensitive-crops

    $21.10
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  • MF2222
    MF2222
    Biological Control of Insect Pests on Field Crops in Kansas

    Well-researched applications of natural enemies can result in effective biological control. This includes use of microbial insecticides & many specific uses of predators & parasitic insects.

    $2.03
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  • MF2768
    MF2768
    Atrazine Herbicide Best Management Practices for the Little Arkansas River Watershed

    Atrazine is a low-cost per-acre herbicide, but there may be environmental costs that should be considered when using it.

    $0.68
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  • C667
    C667
    Aquatic Plants and Their Control

    This publication describes identification and control methods for aquatic plants in Kansas. Methods include prevention, mechanical, biological (fish, waterfowl, etc.) and herbicides. 16 p.

    $1.85
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