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Management Strategies for Rangeland and Introduced Pastures

An explanation of the differences between rangelands and introduced-forage pastures and the necessary management strategies required for each.

Carrying CapacityGrazing ManagementRangeland Management
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Burn Plan for Prescribed Burning

How to effectively form a burn plan for prescribed burning including pre-burn preparations and a prescribed burn notification form.

ForestryPrescribed FireRangeland ManagementWildlife
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Suggested Maintenance Practices for Roadside Weed and Brush Problems

A summary of herbicides, amounts of product per acre, water carrier rates, timing of application and other information regarding roadside brush management.

Insects, Pests, and DiseasesInvasive WeedsRangeland ManagementWeed ControlWeeds & Invasive Plants
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Oklahoma’s Native Vegetation Types

A list of the diverse plant species and communities in Oklahoma.

Rangeland ManagementSoilWildlife
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Single-layer Value-added Wood Composites from Under-utilized Species in Oklahoma

A summary of some important properties of experimental panels made from particles of whole-tree chipped material, as well as panels made from hybrid mixtures.

Brush Control (Invasive Woody Plants)Food ProductsForest Ecology, Management & CareForest HealthForestryMesquiteProcessing WoodRangeland Management
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Firebreaks for Prescribed Burning

Firebreaks, also known as fireguards, are one of the most important elements of a properly conducted prescribed fire.

ForestryPrescribed FireRangeland ManagementWildlife
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Grasshopper Management in Rangeland, Pastures and Crops

Information regarding damage control, population assessment and management options for grasshoppers in rangeland, field crops and gardens in Oklahoma.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesInsecticidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPastures & ForagePesticidesRangeland Management
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Fire Effects in Native Plant Communities

A detailed look at the effects fires have on ecosystems, air quality, soil, water, livestock production, timber production, parasites and diseases.

Fire Effects on Plants & SoilsPrescribed FireRangeland Management
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