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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Environment and Natural Resources » Farm Ponds

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  • MF3249
    Healthy Cattle Need Healthy Water

    This fact sheet highlights common microorganisms and contaminants found in and around livestock watering areas. It offers tips for managing and testing water sources to promote cattle health and performance. 4-page, color.

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  • MF3065
    Identification and Management of Blue-green Algae in Farm Ponds

    A pond containing a harmful algal bloom may be covered with scum that looks like bright green paint, but other colors are possible. Water may have an unpleasant smell. Harmful algal blooms are serious threats to livestock health and may be fatal. Test suspect water sources to minimize livestock loss and poor animal performance. 4 p.

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  • S29
    Aquatic Pest Control, Category 5

    Commercial Applicators Certification. Applied to standing or running water (excludes applicators engaged in public health). Information on aquatic pest control (plants, nuisance animals, parasites and diseases of fish) in accordance with provisions in Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. 40 pages, B/W.

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  • MF2290
    Wastewater Pond Operation, Maintenance and Repair

    Wastewater ponds, or lagoons, are used for treating and disposing wastewater from individual homes. The home-owner or occupant is responsible for operation, maintenance & repairs. 4-page.

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  • MF2542
    Selecting an Onsite Wastewater or Septic System

    If a home does not have access to a sewer system, an onsite wastewater treatment system, often known as a septic system, must be selected and installed. There are many alternatives. 8-page.

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