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  • MF2666
    MF2666
    Russian Wheat Aphid

    The Russian wheat aphid is a small, lime-green aphid with a distinctive football-shaped body. They prefer to feed in rolled leaves on the upper parts of the plant.

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  • L924
    L924
    Overley Hard Red Wheat

    Overley is a bronze chaffed, semi-dwarf hard winter wheat, most closely resembling Jagger. It is medium-height with very good straw strength, excellent yield potential, and is early maturing.

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  • MF2641
    MF2641
    Managing No-till Wheat Following a Summer Crop in Eastern Kansas

    Wheat is often no-till planted into heavy summer-crop residue, and is typically planted later than continuously cropped wheat. Hardiness and above-average tillering are important.

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  • MF2585
    MF2585
    Karnal Bunt SOPs for Harvest Equipment

    Detailed instructions for cleaning harvesting equipment that is required to minimize the chance that the wheat fungus Karnal Bunt will contaminate Kansas wheat.

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  • MF2584
    MF2584
    Karnal Bunt SOPs for Seed Procurement and Planting

    Tests and records of seed samples, and equipment sanitation, are required to minimize the risk of contamination of Kansas wheat by the fungus Karnal Bunt.

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