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Patch Burning and Grazing: Why it Works & How to Do it!
Prescribed fire is a beneficial tool for managing rangelands by increasing nutrient cycling and improving forage quality. Patch burning, the practice of burning smaller patches, can aid in targeted grazing and creating a mosaic of plant communities and structure on your land.
Archived - Watch the Recording
Date and Time
May 7, 2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST
Dr. Bob Lyons with Drs. Morgan Russell & Megan Clayton
Extension Range Specialist Ecosystem Science and Management Texas AgriLife Extension