Information about the use of livestock to control weeds and grasses as part of a DPR Alliance Grant to the University of California, Davis.
Bianca Soares, project manager of Los Banos-based Star Creek Land Steward, explains how sheep and goats are used for targeted grazing at the Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve to help prevent fires. Published by the California Farm Bureau Federation.
Presentation by Ken Tate, CE Specialist in Rangeland Watershed Sciences
Recorded at the symposium Targeted Grazing: Management of Livestock Distribution, that was part of the Society for Range Management 66th Annual Meeting, Technical Training & Trade Show February 2-8, 2013.
Dr. Joe DiTomaso discusses management strategies for Yellow Starthistle, including herbicides, burning, and hand removal and how these strategies can be best applied to minimize non-target species damage.
WeedRIC video resources, including herbicide sprayer calibration tutorials, weed identification techniques, and species specific control strategies.