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    Using an integrated strategy that combines cultural, mechanical, and chemical methods can help you manage weeds in cotton effectively, economically, and with little harm to the environment. This publication lists...
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    This field guide will help landowners and rangeland managers identify the brush and weed species of greatest concern in their areas. It includes plant descriptions, identifying characteristics, range maps, and...
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    Texas Cooperative Extension and the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station have developed, tested and approved two three-step ways to control Texas bull nettle. This publication explains how you can effectively deal...
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    The composting process also naturally kills weed seeds. This publication explains how to compost to reach high enough temperatures to kill the weed seeds. (2 pages)...
  • We offer educational resources on weeds, native weeds and invasive species of plants. Information on topics ranging from the economic and environmental harm of invasive species to how to control...
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    ...how to care for the land both before and after treatment. The tips in this publication can lessen the uncertainty and financial risk of brush and weed control. (2 pages)...
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    Integrated Pest Management (IPM) can be used to control weeds, keep lawns healthy and protect the environment. This publication explains the steps to take in an IPM program and the...
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    Course Information Early childhood professionals should understand the standards, policies, and guidelines that must be followed based on the type of program they are working in. These regulations may vary...
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    ...beneficial insects and insect pests, discussions of pesticide use and regulations relative to safe administration of pesticides, and practical examples of the use of IPM in insect pest control programs....
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    All insects have natural enemies that limit their populations. This publication describes major insect pests of wheat and their natural enemies, including greenbugs/parasitic wasps, lacewings and lady beetles, and hessian...