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    ...manage risks; and Create a risk-benefit assessment plan for a proposed enhancement to the outdoor learning environment. The development of this online course was 100% funded by federal Child Care...
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    Students will learn the three important components of white-tailed deer management: the deer population, the habitat, and the people who interact with and use this species. The comprehensive background reading...
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    Course Information Management of Common Childhood Illnesses, including Food Intolerances and Allergies is a 2-hour course that is part of a series of online trainings designed to help you, as...
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    This publication describes the major soybean insects of Texas, including their associated damage in relation to soybean growth stages. It also describes the various sampling methods for these pests and...
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    This set includes: Box Traps for Feral Hogs, Corral Traps for Feral Hogs, Door Modifications for Feral Hog Traps, Making a Feral Hog Snare, Placing and Baiting Feral Hog Traps,...
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    This publication explains high-risk situations associated with hazardous materials that can contaminate your well water if not managed properly. It also lists simple management principles to use to protect your...
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    Open lots and holding pens for feeding or holding livestock contain animal manure and process-generated wastewater, which contain nitrate and bacteria. These materials can contaminate your well water. This publication...
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    This publication explains how to identify potential risks associated with fertilizers on your property and how to reduce the chances of these materials reaching your well water.
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    Insect pests are often a major limiting factor in Texas sunflower production. Of the 50 insect species recorded on sunflowers in Texas, about 15 are considered potentially major pests. This...
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    Although corn is subject to insect attacks throughout the growing season, producers should apply chemicals only after carefully evaluating economic and natural control factors. This publication explains how to determine...