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Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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  • MF2445
    MF2445
    Equipment to Reduce Spray Drift

    Large droplets are not as likely to drift off-target as smaller droplets. This basic principle lies behind many innovations to reduce drift when spraying herbicides. Reviewed June 2014 by John W. Slocombe. 4-page, b/w.

    $0.31
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  • MF2208
    MF2208
    Managing to Minimize Atrazine Runoff

    Incorporate atrazine into the top 2 inches of soil. Use fall or early spring applications. Use postemergence premix products. Reduce soil-applied application rates.

    $3.24
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  • S84
    S84
    Diagnosing Wheat Production Problems in Kansas

    This publication will help in diagnosing likely causes of slow growth, distorted apperance, off-colors, injury, and death of wheat plants from planting through harvest.

    $3.32
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  • MF2339
    MF2339
    Weed Control in Dryland Cropping Systems

    Control weeds in wheat crop; during fallow with herbicides, do not till stubble after wheat harvest. Use atrazine during fallow period. Do not let winter-annual weeds produce seed in spring.

    $0.28
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  • MF1089
    MF1089
    Cleaning Field Sprayers

    Sprayer cleaning will prolong life of the sprayer, prevent unnecessary repairs, reduce contamination of surface & groundwater, & eliminate crop injury from equipment contamination.

    $0.50
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