Is this common weed overrunning your field, pasture, or lawn? Good news—it's relatively easy to manage.
This unique seed-throwing grass plays an important role in rebuilding damaged shortgrass prairie.
Buffalo grass (Buchloe dactyloides) is characteristic of a shortgrass prairie plant, only reaching two to eight inches in height.
This cool-season grass can be a boon in the pasture or a bane in a wildlife planting.
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In cool, moist climates, few plants make better forage or turf than Kentucky bluegrass.
Water for Every Farm is rather heavy reading, but it does address adapting farming practices to the land.
Attractive ornamental or pesky pasture invader? Silver bluestem excels in both roles.
Its wide distribution and importance to the prairie ecosystem have made little bluestem the state grass of Kansas.
Looking for an easy introduction to the complex topic of grazing management? Give this bulletin a try—Intensive Grazing: An Introductory Homestudy Course by Burt Smith.