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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

Displaying 96 to 100 of 122 Publications.

  • MF2462
    MF2462
    Water Quality Protection: Best Management Practices for Cropland

    Chart describing best way to control pollutants when using Alachlor, Atrazine, phosphorus, & nitrogen in crop production.

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  • MF2459
    MF2459
    Total Maximum Daily Loads

    If pollutants are found, a state is required to establish a Total Maximum Daily Load. A TMDL is the pollution a water body can receive without violating water quality standards.

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  • MF2461
    MF2461
    Atrazine Herbicide: A Water Quality Concern for Kansas

    Atrazine herbicide runoff is entering Kansas surface waters. The maximum contaminant level (MCL) for atrazine had been set at an annual average of 3 parts per billion (ppb).

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  • MF2463
    MF2463
    Phosphorous and Water Quality in Kansas

    Phosphorus is essential for crop plant growth. It can move into surface waters & cause impairments of normal uses. Phosphorus is primarily a surface water quality problem, not groundwater.

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  • MF2208
    MF2208
    Managing to Minimize Atrazine Runoff

    Incorporate atrazine into the top 2 inches of soil. Use fall or early spring applications. Use postemergence premix products. Reduce soil-applied application rates.

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