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Displaying 41 to 45 of 51 Publications.

  • EP124
    EP124
    Springtails

    Springtails are tiny insects that live in areas of high humidity. Their name comes from their ability to use a projection on their abdomen to propel themselves into the air. 2-page, B/W.

    $0.15
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  • MF2653
    MF2653
    Ticks in Kansas

    Controlling ticks is important not only because they are nuisance parasites of humans and animals, but because they are vectors of bacterial and protozoal microbial pathogens. 4-page, b/w.

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  • MF2635
    MF2635
    Annual White Grubs in Turf: Home and Horticultural Pests

    White grubs are the major insect pest of turfgrass in Kansas. They are the larval stages of scarab beetles, like masked chafers. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2622
    MF2622
    Insect Management for Organic Vegetable Gardens

    Advice on insect identification, monitoring, cultural, mechanical, and biological controls, to minimize insect damage to gardens without synthetic insecticides. 15-page, color.

    $3.70
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  • MF1016
    MF1016
    Early-Season Vegetable Insect Pests

    Several categories of insects are associated with early-season vegetables in Kansas: wireworms, flea beetles and cutworms. These pests tend to be sporadic and unpredictable. 4-page, B/W.

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