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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Displaying 31 to 35 of 48 Publications.

  • 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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  • MF2474
    MF2474
    Economics of On-Farm Storage

    Examines reason for recent interest in grain storage in Kansas: low grain prices and wide basis levels at harvest, preserving identity of crops, flexibility, reduced bottlenecks at harvest.

    $1.46
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  • S148
    S148
    Pocket Guide to Crop Development

    Illustrated growth timelines for corn, sorghum, soybeans and wheat, 12-page color pocket guide from U. Illinois. Available in print from Kansas State University

    $2.92
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  • PM3
    PM3
    Plant Disease Checksheet

    When sending fresh plant samples to Kansas State University for disease or nematode diagnosis, use this form to describe symptoms, list chemicals used, and package the sample.

  • MF2586
    MF2586
    Soil Test Interpretations and Fertilizer Recommendations

    The following tables, equations and accompanying information are the most recent soil test interpretations for major crops for the most commonly deficient plant nutrients in Kansas.

    $1.85
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