The Department of Plant and Soil Sciences' Forage and Pasture Management program offers
forage production and pasture management resources.
The symptoms, detection, control, and management of alfalfa stem nematode is explained here.
A research study explaining the differences in values of cropland and pasture land prices relative to geographic space and time.
A guide to assist in identifying common insect species found in the alfalfa fields of Oklahoma during the mid to late season.
Suggestions on how to decrease wildlife death rates in relation to harvesting seasons and the corresponding wildlife active at those times.
The steps to use specific tools available in Google Earth Pro to estimate grazeable land of specific pastures without any field measurements.
An aid to help managers understand different options related to establishing and managing permanent vegetative cover on marginal cropland.
A description of specific tools available in Web Soil Survey to estimate on-site forage availability without any previous on-site measurements or observations.
The use and characteristics of native pecans in Oklahoma, and the benefits of using legumes in a pecan orchard.