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Surface Irrigation Systems

General information on the key aspects of the three major types of surface irrigation and how to achieve higher efficiencies.

IrrigationWater
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How Eastern Redcedar Encroachment Affects the Water Cycle of Oklahoma Rangelands

Linkages among climate, vegetation and hydrological processes to understand the potential of redcedar encroachment influencing the water budget on rangelands.

Brush Control (Invasive Woody Plants)Eastern Red CedarRangeland ManagementWaterWater & Environmental Issues
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Drip Irrigation Systems

The benefits and management practices for drip irrigation systems.

IrrigationSub Surface Drip IrrigationWater
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Pesticide and Fertilizer Facility Operations Checklist

A guide to help assess the environmental integrity and functional operation of an existing or planned pesticide or fertilizer facility.

Equipment & Structures for Farms & RanchesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticidesPollution, Hazardous Materials, & ContaminationWater
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Anaerobic Digestion: Biogas Utilization and Cleanup

Examine some of the anaerobic digestion biogas pre-use cleaning or processing methods.

LivestockManure & Litter ManagementWaste ManagementWater
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Water Measurement Units and Conversion Factors

Basic irrigation water management knowledge for units and conversion factors to know quantity of water available.

Water
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Establishing a Lawn in Oklahoma

A detailed guide to establishing a lawn with grass selection, soil and site preparation, seeding, ground maintenance and post-establishment care in Oklahoma.

DroughtGardening & Lawn CareHome & Garden Water IssuesLandscapingLawns & TurfgrassWaterWater ConservationWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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Solids Content of Wastewater and Manure

A guide that highlights the definitions and relationships among the different types of solid and solids in wastewater and manure.

Animal Care & Production Water IssuesLivestockManure & Litter ManagementPollution, Hazardous Materials, & ContaminationWaste ManagementWater
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