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Do not let the wrong herbicide and cover crop combination diminish the opportunity for great value.
If early-season weeds are not controlled, they will compete with desirable forages for space, nutrients, moisture and sunlight.
Woody plants are encroaching rangelands in the Southern Great Plains.
The spring growing season is at hand. Therefore, it is time to develop management plans for our warm season pastures.
A well-managed and properly stocked pasture should not need herbicides every year. A little time spent scouting may save you a lot of unnecessary time and money on spraying when your weed population is not high enough to justify it.
Erosion typically starts small and increases over time. Here are some strategies using natural materials to reduce actively eroding gullies.
Understanding the habitat requirements for the animals you want to promote and manage is key to providing a good wildlife habitat.
A few of the benefits of sod-seeding small grain winter pasture include providing high quality forage during the winter months, providing additional forage production during the warm-season grass's dormant season and potentially reducing the need for winter supplementation.
The window of opportunity to plant summer annual forages is at hand while it is closing for most perennial warm-season forages. It is usually recommended that perennials be planted by mid-May.
Most ranchers are aware that greenbrier can be a problem in pastures and rangeland, and is hard to control. There are various ideas on how to control greenbrier.