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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • MF3562
    Planning Stream Buffers

    Describes the environmental benefits of stream buffers, perennial vegetation near streams. Trees, shrubs, grasses, and other plants help to stabilize the banks of streams. Plants near streams can reduce erosion and filter out pollutants. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF2316
    Planning and Designing Cattle Feedlots

    Construction of a new feedlot or expansion of an existing feedlot requires adequate planning and design to maintain the feedlot’s efficiency and profitability. Planning and design information will aid feedlot owners and operators to improve and develop facilities to address human, cattle, and environmental issues, and will result in safe, efficient, and productive feedlots. 12 pages, color.

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  • MF2850
    Accessing ET for Kansas Irrigation Scheduling

    Weather based irrigation scheduling using evapotranspiration, or ET, information is an accepted irrigation management practice in Kansas. This publication outlines how to use the Kansas Mesonet site to access ET information to use in the KanSched software. 2 pages, color.

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  • MF3540
    Managing Groundwater Through Locally Led Group Conservation: A Guide for Producers

    This publication provides an overview of locally led, group conservation tools available to Kansas producers and recommendations for organizing local group conservation efforts. 8 pages, color.

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  • MF3513
    Non-Confined Beef Cattle Feeding Sites

    Non-confined feeding sites are used by beef cattle producers to reduce stress on cattle and allow utilization of grass, crop residue, or cover crops. This publication outlines factors to consider when planning for this type of feeding system. 4 pages, color.

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