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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Displaying 6 to 10 of 69 Publications.

  • MF3096
    MF3096
    Gardening on Brownfields: Historical Property Usage and Implications

    Before establishing a garden, know the history of the property and what contaminants may affect the soil. The publication lists chemicals likely to have been used on residential, business, and orchard land. 2 pages, color.

    $1.40
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  • MF3078
    MF3078
    Gardening on Brownfields: Obtaining Property Information and Site History

    A brownfield site is a former industrial, commercial, or residential site where soil use is affected by environmental contamination. Research county records of deeds, historical records, maps, EPA, fire department, property owners, neighbors, and local government. Examine property for signs of contamination. 2 pages, color.

    $1.40
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  • MF3068
    MF3068
    Ethanol and Small Nonroad Engines

    Explains the factors the consumer must consider if using ethanol fuel in small engine machinery such as lawn mowers, string trimmers, and rototillers. 4 p.

    $0.50
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  • MF2135
    MF2135
    Common Sense Pest Control: Yard Care and the Environment

    This fact sheet describes a variety of non-chemical methods of pest control. It also provides tips for using pesticides in an environmentally sound way. Topics include integrated pest management, cultural, biological, mechanical, and chemical control. 4 p.

    $0.55
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  • MF2320
    MF2320
    Fertilizing Gardens in Kansas

    Publication includes tables of fertilizer requirements for fruits, nuts, and vegetables. The nutrients required by plants can be supplied by organic or commercial fertilizers. Organic matter benefits soil. Most plants grow best in soil that is neither too acid nor too alkaline. Color publication file is online, printed document is black and white. 12 p.

    $0.80
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