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Ag News and Views: May 2004

Arbuckle Restoration Project Forming in Carter, Johnston, Murray Counties

The continued spread of red cedar is a serious threat to our state's natural resources and, therefore, our economy. Prescribed fire is usually the most efficient way to prevent and remove red cedar. The Arbuckle Restoration Association is being organized so landowners and other concerned people can address such issues in Carter, Johnston and Murray counties in Oklahoma.

Be Prepared for Pecan Nut Casebearers

The pecan nut casebearer (PNC) is the next management hurdle for pecan producers.

Cool-season Forage Variety Production Update

This is a mid-season report of the small grains and ryegrass variety testing for the 2003-2004 season.

Fly Control is a Must

Flies cost the livestock industry hundreds of millions of dollars every year.

Manage Forage Before (and During) Drought

Are you flexible enough to manage for that unspeakable term ... drought?

Plant Variety Protection Law Enforcement Stepped Up: What Can You Do?

What does the plant variety protection (PVP) and seed law mean to you? It means it is not legal to buy, sell or trade a PVP-protected variety or plant it without the proper paperwork.