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Summer Weed Control

Most of the weeds that are present in your pastures as we approach summer will probably be perennials plus some annuals that you missed with your initial chemical application (if there was one). The transition from spring to summer is the right time of year for brush control, as long as the weather is good.
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  • 2015
  • July

Summer weed management promotes healthy pastures

If early-season weeds are not controlled, they will compete with desirable forages for space, nutrients, moisture and sunlight.
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  • 2015
  • April

Proper management increases weed control success

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.
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  • 2014
  • June

Growing-season prescribed burns offer many benefits

Burns conducted during the summer months can be very beneficial for improving wildlife habitat, livestock forage and brush management.
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The Summer of a Lifetime

I started off the summer more than 1,200 miles away from home, not knowing a single soul in Oklahoma. I am completing my final week at Noble with eight great new friends and countless mentors and contacts.

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  • One Noble Summer

Fun with lasers

Microdissection is used when we want to examine the RNA or composition of a specific cell type that is difficult to separate normally.
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So long, farewell

It would be an understatement to say that I will miss researching at the Noble Research Institute.

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  • One Noble Summer

Transformation in the science toolkit

Transforming bacteria helps us test a myriad of scientific theories, and it's a surprisingly easy technique to use.
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