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  • MF3047
    False Chinch Bug: Kansas Crop Pests

    False chinch bugs, Nysius spp., occur in weedy pastures, fields, or other noncrop areas throughout Kansas. They usually attack soybeans and sorghum but also consume cotton, canola, and corn. They sometimes migrate to gardens or buildings in large numbers during migration. 2 pages, color.

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  • MF2999
    Alfalfa Weevils: Kansas Crop Pests

    Alfalfa weevil, Hypera postica, is the major perennial defoliator of early season alfalfa in Kansas. Adult alfalfa weevils are approximately 3/16 inch long and light brown with a broad dark brown line down the center of the back, with a typical weevil snout. 2 p.

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  • L873
    Biological Control of Musk Thistle in Kansas

    Biological control uses a pest’s natural enemies. Using the musk thistle head and/or rosette weevil may prove to be an effective alternative method of control for musk thistles. 8 p.

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  • MF2954
    Black Cutworms: Kansas Crop Pests

    Black cutworms have a wide host range but are of most concern to corn producers. Some corn hybrids are resistant to black cutworm damage. Some seed treatments are labeled for cutworm suppression. Black cutworm outbreaks on corn occur sporadically. 2-page, color.

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  • S152
    Crop Insects of Kansas

    Please contact the K-State Research and Extension Bookstore for more information about this title. Print only. Field guide to important arthropod pests and beneficials affecting major crops in Kansas. Descriptions, basic biology, type of damage, and notes on management practices. 154-page, spiral bound, color.

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