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Tall Fescue Control

Grasses, in general, are difficult to identify, and fescue should be accurately identified before attempting any control measures....

Tall Fescue

You’ve seen it a million times, now learn to identify it! Technically an exotic invasive plant, tall fescue is practically everywhere, from lawns to levees, and from pastures to (unfortunately!) prairies.

Better Quail Habitat

When it comes to habitat, the most essential thing a quail needs is cover for escape, nesting, and brood-rearing....

Invasive Plants

Invasive nonnative plants consume wildlife habitat and compete with crops. Some invasive species, such as Callery pear, are still being grown, promoted, sold, and purchased....
Invasive

Cool-Season Grasslands

Junegrass is a cool-season grass that is native to Missouri. Jim Rathert Cool-season grasses grow best in cooler temperatures....

Canada Goose Control

The Wildlife Code of Missouri classifies the Canada goose as a game bird that may be taken during the prescribed hunting season. See current regulations for details....

Creating Escape Cover

Edge feathering creates a transitional zone of woody escape cover made of downed trees, shrubs, vines, and herbaceous vegetation between cropland or grassland and the wooded edge....

Applying Herbicides

Used properly, chemical suppression is an excellent way to enhance grassland habitat for bobwhite quail and other wildlife....