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The July 2024 issue of Field Notes covers alternatives to fescue, pearl millet for pollinators, a monarch recovery in progress, and more! Read on!
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Over the years, many alternative forages have supposedly rescued ranchers from fescue toxicosis. The most radical has been here the longest.
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Though it lacks showy, nectar-rich flowers, new research shows that pearl millet can be an important food source for pollinators.
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After last winter's near-record low, monarch numbers are making an astounding recovery as the summer progresses.
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The multi-state elderberry variety trial in which the Kerr Center's been partnering has begun to yield preliminary research results.
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A new study shows global greenhouse acreage taking off, with both Oklahoma and the U.S. also growing rapidly, but far from the lead.
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