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Crops » Sorghum

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  • MF742
    MF742
    Sorghum Insect Management 2014

    Publication is revised annually and is prepared to help producers manage insect populations with the best available methods proven to be practical under Kansas conditions. Revised, 8-page, b/w.

    $0.80
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  • MF3046
    MF3046
    Kansas Sorghum Management 2014

    This publication helps producers manage sorghum crops as efficiently and profitably as possible under Kansas growing conditions. 8-page, two color.

    $0.90
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  • SRP1095
    SRP1095
    2013 Kansas Performance Tests with Grain Sorghum Hybrids

    Grain Sorghum Performance Tests provide farmers, extension workers, and seed industry personnel with unbiased agronomic information on many of the grain sorghum hybrids marketed in Kansas. 33 pages, color cover.

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  • MF1081
    MF1081
    Harvesting Grain from Freeze-damaged Sorghum

    Grain sorghum in Kansas often is subjected to a killing freeze before maturity. It is crucial to make a test cutting, analyze it for test weight, yield potential before making any decisions.

    $0.30
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  • MF2832
    MF2832
    Flea Beetle: Kansas Crop Pests

    Various species of flea beetles may affect wheat in early spring and seedling corn or sorghum. They are shiny black, 2-3 mm long, with enlarged hind legs for jumping.

    $0.25
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