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Integrated Toxic Plant Management


Integrated Pest Management is a balanced, tactical approach to pest control. It involves taking action to prevent pest outbreak, when possible and to prevent excessive damage caused by pests. When the noted pest is toxic plants in native grass and introduced grass pastures, Integrated Toxic Plant Management involves an application of IPM principles, the identificationRead More


David McKnight ’73 Ranch Management University

College Station College Station, United States

Ranch Management University (RMU) is an intensive 4-day event that targets new or inexperienced ranchers and landowners and covers the fundamentals of soils and soil fertility, forage establishment, pasture management, and utilization by livestock. Basic livestock management practices such as castrating, vaccinating, and de-horning calves are demonstrated. Grazing management, stocking rate, and body condition scoringRead More


Pond Evaluation and Preparing for a Professional Site Visit


This webinar will cover how a new or potential pond owner can evaluate an existing pond and identify the potential issues that may need to be addressed. This process starts with determining the management goals for the pond, determining the actual pond size, identifying water sources for the pond, determining the management budget and intensity,Read More