Managing Troublesome Invasive Grasses

Stephen Enloe is our presenter today. And Stephen is an associate professor in the Department of Crops, Soil, and Environmental Sciences at Auburn University. He is their invasive plant extension specialist. Stephen has a Bachelor of Science in Agronomy from North Carolina State– go Wolfpack– a Master’s of Science in Bio-Agricultural Sciences and Pest Management […]

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Mitigating Potential Impacts of Neonicotinoid Insecticides on Wetland Ecosystems

Getting started with our conservation webinar, I’m Holli Kuykendall, National Technology Specialist for NRCS’ East National Technology Support Center. I’m pleased to turn the webinar over to Dr. Bill Hohman. Bill is a wildlife biologist on the National Wildlife Team and he’s located in Ft Worth, TX. Bill, you may now begin. Thank you, Holli. […]

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Drought Buster?

Andy Barth: Well, Oklahoma is known for its wild weather. From severe thunderstorms to late freezes, the only thing predictable about our weather is that it’s unpredictable. And while we have seen a large amount of rain in the last two months, Oklahoma’s drought still lingers. Fourteen and a half percent of the state is […]

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Neonicotinoid Insecticides: Efficacy, Non-target Effects, and Best Management Practices

Getting started with our conservation webinar, I’m Holli Kuykendall National Technology Specialist for the East National Technology Support Center. I’m pleased to turn the webinar over to Bill Hohman. Dr. Hohman is a wildlife biologist on the NRCS National Wildlife Team and he’s located in Fort Worth, Texas. Bill, you may now begin. Thank you […]

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