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Displaying 31 to 35 of 44 Publications.

  • MF2239
    MF2239
    Woollyleaf Bursage Biology and Control

    Woollyleaf bursage, also known as bur ragweed, is a perennial noxious weed native to Kansas. Its root system, which can reach a depth of 15 feet, lets it survive extended drought.

    $0.60
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  • EP13
    EP13
    Disposing of Pesticide Containers

    Dispose of pesticides by using them in diluted form at the labeled rate on the target plant. Triple rinse to empty containers of liquid pesticides. Some manufacturers recycle containers.

    $0.09
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  • L231
    L231
    Musk Thistle: Identification and Control

    The musk thistle or nodding thistle Carduus nutans, is usually a biennial or winter annual, but it occasionally occurs as a summer annual. 6-pages, color.

    $0.46
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  • S80
    S80
    Pigweed Identification: A Pictorial Guide to the Common Pigweeds of the Great Plains

    A generalized distribution map; photographs of seed, seedling, and mature plants; and text describing other identifying features are present for each species.

    $2.02
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  • MF1021
    MF1021
    Rangeland Brush Management

    Removing trees & brush from rangeland can increase forage production and livestock carrying capacity. Eliminating all woody plants is not always practical, necessary, or desirable.

    $0.50
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