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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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  • 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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  • MF2220
    MF2220
    Karnal Bunt--Questions and Answers

    Discusses the the importance, controls and survey of the wheat disease karnal bunt.

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  • MF2570
    MF2570
    Chloride in Kansas: Plant, Soil, and Fertilizer Considerations

    Physical symptoms of chloride deficiency on plants vary and are not always consistent. In wheat, some varieties show a characteristic leaf spotting, described as random chlorotic spots on leaves.

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  • L923
    L923
    2145 Hard Red Wheat

    2145 is a new hard red winter wheat variety developed cooperatively by K-State Research and Extension and the Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS).

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