Grazing Oklahoma: Cat’s Claws Sensitive Briar

June 29, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor Characteristics: Cat’s claw sensitive briar is a warm-season, native, perennial forb with bright pink flowers and recurved spines (like a cat’s claw). The leaves are bi-pinnately compound, having leaflets that split again […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Indian Paintbrush

May 25, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor Characteristics: Indian paintbrush has brightly colored bracts, which are modified leaves directly below a flower. The bracts provide most of the plant’s color, while the flowers themselves are much less apparent. Indian […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Tharp’s Spiderwort

April 27, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor, Noble Research Institute research associate / mdproctor@noble.org Characteristics: Some say Spiderworts get their name from their sticky sap, which resembles a spider web after drying. Others say it is because their leaf […]

Oklahoma State Parks: McGee Creek State Park

March 26, 2018 0
By Laci Jones As the warm season makes its way across the Sooner state, Oklahoma state parks are a haven for Oklahomans looking to get outdoors. On the southwest side of the Ouachita Mountain Range […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Honey Locust

March 16, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor, Noble Research Institute research associate / mdproctor@noble.org Characteristics: Honey locust is a medium-sized, deciduous tree with pinnate leaves on older branches and bi-pinnate leaves on the younger stems. Its most distinguishing character […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Eastern Red Cedar

February 9, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor, Noble Research Institute research associate / mdproctor@noble.org Characteristics: Eastern red cedar is a small to medium-sized evergreen tree with small, scale-like needles. It grows differently depending upon the habitat. When growing in […]

Oklahoma State Parks: Roman Nose State Park

February 5, 2018 0
By Laci Jones As one of Oklahoma’s original seven state parks, Roman Nose State Park has a history that sets it apart from other state parks, according to park manager, Kyle Bernis. “The namesake of […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Musk Thistle

January 12, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor Characteristics: Musk thistle is an introduced forb with abundant spines and large pink flowers. It is a biennial, which means it lives for two years. Mature plants can reach more than six […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Old World Bluestems

December 22, 2017 0
By: Rob Cook, Noble Research Institute pasture and range consultant/rdcook@noble.org Characteristics: Old world bluestems are introduced, warm-season, perennial bunch grasses. Mature height is about two to four feet tall. The leaves are up to 3/16-inch […]
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