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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • MF3110
    MF3110
    Agency Authority and Responsibilities for Water in Kansas

    Explains the various agencies with responsibilities for water use in Kansas. Includes a chart of responsibilities and contact information. 4-page, 2-color.

    $2.00
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  • MF3024
    MF3024
    Water Primer: Part 5, Water Law

    Highlights the main features of water law in Kansas, including common law principles and legislation at the state and federal levels. It includes changes to water law enacted in 2012. 8 pages, color.

    $0.90
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  • MF3066
    MF3066
    Efficient Crop Water Use in Kansas

    Publication describes the climate of Kansas, tillage and residue effects on crops and soils, center pivot irrigation, water requirements, cropping systems, cover crops, row spacing, nutrients, and weed control. 44 p.

    $7.95
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  • MF3020
    MF3020
    Water Primer: Part 1, Overview

    Publication describes sources and uses of water in Kansas. 4 pages, color.

    $0.45
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  • MF3021
    MF3021
    Water Primer: Part 2, The Hydrologic Cycle

    The hydrologic cycle is nature’s water purification system. Its three main components are evaporation, precipitation, and runoff. 4 pages, color.

    $0.45
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