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Weed Identification in Pastures, Hayfields, and Sprayfields06/01/2013
2022 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual MAIN DOCUMENT2022 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual02/23/2022
Planting Guide for Forage Crops in North Carolina09/03/2020
Forage Conservation Techniques: Silage and Haylage Production11/11/2015
Comparison of Commercially Available Novel-Endophyte Tall Fescue Forage Varieties12/09/2021
Forage Conservation Techniques: Hay Production03/27/2015
Liability for Injury from Livestock07/27/2021
Matching Forages to the Nutrient Needs of Meat Goats01/05/2016
Fertilizer Use2022 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual02/23/2022
Forage Fertilization in North Carolina: Concepts and Guidelines02/19/2015
Getting Data from the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) Using R05/27/2021
A Recipe for Seed - Drill Edition02/15/2018
Forage Quality: Concepts and Practices01/01/2014
Liability Defenses for Injury of Farm Visitors07/30/2021
Production and Utilization of Stockpiled Tall Fescue: Understanding the Basic Concepts01/31/2018
NC State Local Grass-Fed Beef Production Guidelines06/28/2016
Forage Conservation: Troubleshooting Hay and Silage Production01/01/2013
Chemical Application Equipment2022 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual02/23/2022
Pesticide Use and Safety Information2022 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual02/23/2022
Abbreviations2022 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual02/23/2022
How to Send Specimens for Disease, Insect, and Weed Identification2022 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual02/23/2022
NC State Local Finished Beef Production Guidelines06/28/2016
Annual Grasses Preserved as Silage: Fermentation Characteristics, Nutritive Value, and Quality11/01/2013
Production and Utilization of Pastures and Forages in North Carolina01/01/1995
Cool-Season Forage Hays: Nutritive Value and Quality07/01/2013
NC State Local Pasture-Raised and Pasture-Finished Beef Production Guidelines06/28/2016
Silages of Native Switchgrass and Gamagrass: Fermentation Characteristics, Nutritive Value, and Quality10/01/2013
Warm-Season Perennial Forages Conserved as Hay: Nutritive Value and Quality01/01/2014
Nitrogen Fertilization of Switchgrass and Gamagrass: Dry Matter Yield and Nutritive Value03/01/2014
Extending the Grazing Season: Growing Annual or Perennial Grasses or Legumes in Mixture with Hybrid Bermudagrass06/01/1999
Switchgrass: Establishment, Management, Yield, Nutritive Value, and Utilization08/01/2009
Overview of NC State Finished Beef Production Guidelines06/28/2016