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Environment and Natural Resources » Land Management

Displaying 51 to 55 of 162 Publications.

  • MF2902
    MF2902
    No-till Wheat Management

    Fertility, planting, variety selection, weather, pest management, and grazing concerns are important to the success of no-till wheat. 4 p.

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  • MF2908
    MF2908
    Rotations and Cultural Practices

    A crop rotation system with optimal intensity and diversity is important for success with no-till. The full advantage of no-till may not be realized for several years. 8 p.

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  • MF2909
    MF2909
    Disease Factors to Consider in No-till

    Major diseases affected by no-till in Kansas: Seed rots and seedling blights, Foliar diseases, Root, stem and stalk rot diseases, Ear and seed diseases. 8 p.

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  • MF2860
    MF2860
    Principles of Wind Erosion and its Control

    Permanent vegetative cover is one of the most effective ways to control wind erosion. When vegetation is insufficient, ridges and large soil clods control erosion.

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  • MF2907
    MF2907
    Impacts of No-till on Water Quality

    No-till systems reduce soil erosion and soil-attached contaminant losses compared to conventional and reduced tillage systems. Water runoff and loss of water-laden contaminants may be more or less with no-till. 4 p.

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