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Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries Quarterly Newsletter – Spring 2019

Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries Quarterly Newsletter - Spring 2019 Includes: Best Management Practices Near Streams Plant the Right Species in the Right Place, Species-Site Relationships Why Herbicides Sometime Fail: An Overview for Forestry and Wildlife Practices Building Big with (Hard)Wood? Don’t Pay Too Much Tax on Timber Sale Income! Managing Native...

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RESOURCE: Reducing Risk through Best Soil Health Management Practices in Organic Crop Production

RESOURCE: Reducing Risk through Best Soil Health Management Practices in Organic Crop Production Farmers must manage an array of risks. Production risks include yield losses resulting from poor germination and establishment; drought, hail, and other adverse weather events; weeds, pests, and diseases; nutrient limitations; and long-term...

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PP PRESENTATION: Barber Pole Worms In Small Ruminants

[caption id="attachment_144917" align="alignright" width="300"] Adult. (Female) cm.[/caption] PP PRESENTATION: Barber Pole Worms In Small Ruminants NCAT Sustainable Agriculture and Livestock Specialist Dave Scott offers four tools to limit Barber Pole Worms in your small ruminants in this new power point presentation, "Don't Let Barber Pole Worm Devastate...

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Guidbook to Navigate USDA Credit Options

Guidbook to Navigate USDA Credit Options The National Young Farmers Coalition has published a guidebook to help young farmers and ranchers navigate the credit options offered by the USDA Farm Service Agency. Farm Service Agency Loans: The Ins and Outs of Growing a Farm with Federal...

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