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  • MF2086
    MF2086
    Managing Kansas Grazinglands for Multiple Benefits

    Plant growth will provide vegetative cover that intercepts rain, impedes runoff, & ensures a root mass that binds soil, reduces leaching of nutrients, animal wastes, pesticides. 20 p.

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  • MF1064
    MF1064
    Maintaining Grass Waterways

    Grass waterways and terraces are important components of a soil and water conservation program aimed at reducing erosion. Waterways often serve as an outlet for runoff from terraces.

    $0.65
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  • MF515
    MF515
    Grazing Distribution

    Grazing distribution is the pattern created by livestock grazing rangeland or pasture. Uniform distribution is needed for long-term management & effective use of forage, & protects water sources.

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  • L815
    L815
    Prescribed Burning as a Management Practice

    Burning grassland can recycle nutrients, control weeds & brush, improve grazing distribution, reduce wildfire hazards, improve wildlife habitat, & increase livestock production. 8 p.

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  • MF2391
    MF2391
    Controlling Saline Seeps

    Saline seeps, locally known as alkali spots or slick spots, are areas of bare soil or reduced crop production, usually located on a low-lying area. In dry periods, salt crystals may surface.

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