Search results for: “Drought”

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    ...is properly stocked for the amount of forage available. Knowing how to estimate the grazing intensity and the percent of forage used can protect the producer from drought. (2 pages)...
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    Drought often causes hay shortages which prompt Texas producers to buy hay from other states to support their livestock. These cool-season grasses can offer more nutritive value than warm-season perennial...
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    Planting summer annual grasses can help you overcome summer forage shortages. These grasses can be very useful because they grow rapidly, tolerate drought, respond well to fertilizer and water, and...
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    Jujubes are among the easiest tree fruit for home gardeners to grow. They are drought-tolerant, have few disease and insect pest problems, and need relatively little care to yield plenty...
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    ...supplemental forage for livestock during winter and drought periods. In this publication ranchers learn how to control pricklypear and how to use it as a valuable range resource. (7 pages)...
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    ...during winter and drought periods. In this publication ranchers learn how to control pricklypear and how to use it as a valuable range resource. (8 pp., 19 photos, 1 table)...
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    ...your forage needs, it is important to produce enough hay to meet your livestock’s nutrient requirements during periods of drought, ice, or snow. This publication covers selecting forage species, animal...
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    St. Augustinegrass is a warm-season turfgrass with drought- and heat-tolerant qualities that is popular for home lawns. This publication discusses several strategies to the establishment and maintenance of St. Augustinegrass....
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    ...publication describes the various turfgrass species recommended for different areas of Texas. A table lists the characteristics of those grasses, such as drought tolerance and disease tolerance, to help you...
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    Landowners replant a pasture for many reasons such as invasive plants, drought impacts, wildlife concerns, or changes in the ranch operation. This publication uses a series of questions and examples...