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Environment and Natural Resources » Land Management

Displaying 106 to 110 of 112 Publications.

  • L876
    L876
    Prescribed Burning Equipment

    Prescribed burning of grassland sometimes requires unique equipment, but often common tools and equipment can be adapted. Equipment is needed to suppress or control fire, & to ignite it.

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  • MF1065
    MF1065
    Liming Acid Soils

    Most crops in Kansas do best on soils mildly acidic to slightly alkaline. Legumes are more sensitive to low pH. Soil pH indicates whether a soil should be limed.

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  • MF1046
    MF1046
    Low Maintenance Landscaping

    A manual explaining Xeriscape, imitating nature's design: putting hardy, adapted plant materials in places where they grow best. 12 p.

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  • MF1021
    MF1021
    Rangeland Brush Management

    Removing trees & brush from rangeland can increase forage production and livestock carrying capacity. Eliminating all woody plants is not always practical, necessary, or desirable.

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  • MF1020
    MF1020
    Rangeland Weed Management

    Many plants regarded as weeds are components of grassland ecosystem. It is important to distinguish between desirable rangeland species & weeds that adversely affect forage or livestock production.

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