The herbarium presently contains over a thousand collections of pressed, dried plant specimens that were gathered on the refuge during early plant surveys undertaken after the creation of the refuge. The first preliminary plant survey was conducted by Nei
The USDA and NRCS PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the plants of the US and its territories. It includes names, distribution, species abstracts, characteristics, images and much more.
Turfgrass management info for the homeowners and golf course superintendent alike. Includes grass and weed ID, fertilizer rate calculator, info for insects, disease and weed control and the care and maintenance of turf.
This web site was designed to help pond owners and their advisors in the identification and management of aquatic vegetation. Photos and line-drawings are provided for proper plant ID. Management options include mechanical, biological and chemical.
NPIC serves as an excellent resource for unbiased scientific information related to a variety of pesticide-related topics and is a cooperative effort of the Dept of Environmental & Molecular Toxicology @ Oregon St Univ & the Office of Pesticide Programs a
Texas A&M University’s website which focuses on the safe and continued use of organic practices and products in the urban landscape. Information is based on research at Texas A&M University, or other universities and peer respected entities.
Hosted by the Palm Society of South Texas the purpose of this article is to familiarize the southern Texas palm lover with species which the authors feel are underutilized or nearly unknown in the region but deserve either greater exposure and/or trial. T
Welcome to SafeLawns.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting natural lawn care. A key feature of this site is weekly How-To video clips hosted by HGTV host Paul Tukey, the 2006 Gardening Communicator of the Year and author of The Organic Law
The Texas Natives Web site was created by Gail Kahle, Susan Teegardin, Wayne Mackay and Dan Lineberger, Texas A&M Agriculture Program, and Leslie Finical, Dallas Arboretum. Partial funding for this effort was provided by a grant from the Native Plant Soci
The Texas Natives Web site was created by Wayne Mackay and Dan Lineberger, Texas A&M Agriculture Program, and Leslie Finical, Dallas Arboretum. This page will allow you to search Benny Simpson’s database of information and photos of Texas native plants.