The Department of Plant and Soil Sciences' Forage and Pasture Management program offers
forage production and pasture management resources.
The use and characteristics of native pecans in Oklahoma, and the benefits of using legumes in a pecan orchard.
The pasture, rangeland, forage insurance program (PRF) information and requirements.
The mineral and vitamin nutrition requirements and needs for grazing cattle in Oklahoma.
Information regarding damage control, population assessment and management options for grasshoppers in rangeland, field crops and gardens in Oklahoma.
Information on commonly utilized forage species, including those for the bluegill, redear sunfish, thread-fin shad, golden shiner and fathead minnow.
Simplify budgeting by learning to estimate animal dry matter consumption, forage yields, forage requirements and projecting potential grazing seasons.
The benefits and challenges of using sunn hemp as a summer cover crop in Oklahoma.
Management of Pierce’s disease depends on identifying key vector species, monitoring the vineyard and applying broad-spectrum insecticides to peak numbers.