Devastation Overnight – Armyworms

December 26, 2017 0
By Jessica Crabtree  Fall armyworms, Spodoptera frugiperda, are not an uncommon nuisance across north and central Texas crops. The tiny torturers have a wide variety of hosts or food sources they migrate to. That includes […]

Confessions of a Hunter

December 24, 2017 0
By Andy Anderson  I was about 12 or 13 years old, hunting on my own. I picked my own spot out, did the work to build a tree stand, plant a food plot and set […]

Grazing North Texas – Green sprangletop

December 22, 2017 0
By Tony Dean  Green sprangletop is a native perennial bunch grass. It can grow from 12 to 48 inches in height and leaves are from four to 18 inches long. An interesting thing about this […]

Grazing North Texas – Buffalobur

November 24, 2017 0
By Tony Dean  Buffalobur is another one of those North Texas grazing land plants that we need to be aware of, but not because it is much good for grazing.  This shallow tap-rooted annual is […]

The Problem with Pronghorns

November 20, 2017 0
By Russell A. Graves Of all the Texas big game species, none is more emblematic of the wide open west than the pronghorn.  Swift and fleet footed, the pronghorn covers distances faster than any other […]

Facing Fall Webworms

November 18, 2017 0
By Jessica Crabtree  Typically, web worms receive a bad reputation for their appearance in trees, disturbing the pristine look of a yard. Through much of August and all of September, large spots of white, silken […]


October 30, 2017 0
By Russell A. Graves Cruising down a crunchy backroad just after sunrise, the dust from my tires drifts high in the air behind me. The wind is still and after a long, protracted span with […]
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