Millions of acres of Texas rangeland are covered by an excess of undesirable woody plants and forbs. These dense stands of brush and weeds reduce grass production, which can cause soil erosion. This bulletin lists suggestions for using herbicide to contro
New rural landowners are often interested in establishing livestock enterprises, even when their acreages are small. While forage availability may limit stocking rate, there are some livestock operations that can succeed on small acreages.
NPIC serves as an excellent resource for unbiased scientific information related to a variety of pesticide-related topics and is a coop between the Dept of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology @ Oregon St Univ & the Office of Pesticide Programs @ EPA.
Spanish. Aerobic units treat wastewater using the same process, only scaled down, as municipal wastewater treatment systems. This publication explains how aerobic units work, what their design requirements are, and how to maintain them. (4 pp., 2 figures
English. Aerobic units treat wastewater using the same process, only scaled down, as municipal wastewater treatment systems. This publication explains how aerobic units work, what their design requirements are, and how to maintain them. (4 pp., 2 figures,
TEXNAT’s primary purpose is to serve as an information database for those individuals interested in natural resource management of Texas rangelands. This information will include, but not be restricted to, pertinent research and extension publications, ma
Many landowners are interested in restoring native grasses because they are cheaper to produce for forage than improved pastures and they also encourage wildlife. This publication explains how to carry out such restoration and the results one can expect.
Knowing how to recognize toxic plants and the symptoms they cause is the first step in preventing poisonings. This database contains the: pictures, descriptions, information on distribution and habitat, information on the toxic agent, symptoms of poisoni
Rangeland brush can be managed to accommodate wildlife. This publication discusses wildlife habitat requirements and lists 70 species of woody plants and the types of wildlife each attracts, including butterflies, bees and other insects, deer, small mamma