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    Stormwater or retention ponds are a typical sight in many urban areas and are frequently found scattered about in subdivisions as a means to manage rainwater and prevent flooding. During...
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    All animals must keep their body temperature in a thermoneutral zone in order to survive’Aiin warm climates, animals must shed excess heat. Because a variety of rangeland wildlife use vegetation...
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    Rio Grande wild turkeys are popular birds found throughout much of Texas. Learn best management practices for brush control to enhance and maintain critical turkey roosting habitat. (5 Pages)...
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    Researchers expect the common vampire bat to expand its range from Mexico to the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Livestock producers in southern Texas need to be aware of the ecology...
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    In recent years, the number and density of coyotes in and around the urban area have increased. This publication can help school IPM coordinators address the presence of coyotes on...
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    Both climatic and financial risks can be reduced through proper grazing management. The effects of grazing, the importance of animal numbers, and the principle of rest and graze are detailed...
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    Research has found that farmers and ranchers who use poultry litter to fertilize fields can reduce the harm to local water supplies if they use appropriate management strategies. This publication...
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    This publication aims to help producers make decisions on herbicide use for volunteer cotton. Volunteer cotton can compete with the crop and reduce yield. It also can make the boll...
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    Soil testing is the foundation of a sound fertility management program, and manure and effluent testing can provide additional information for its effective use. This publication will help you to...
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    If the soil has a high salinity content, the plants growing there will not be as vigorous as they would be in normal soils. Seeds will germinate poorly, if at...