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Oklahoma State researcher explores fungi’s importance in promoting land stewardship

Gail Wilson’s grasslands research may literally help lessen the greenhouse gas issue from the ground up.
Photo of Gail Wilson, Rodney Will and Chris Zhou out among the grasslands.
Musk thistles may be a blooming weed problem for some Oklahoma pastures

Fri, Apr 21, 2017

PURCELL, Okla. – Musk thistle may present a certain showy appearance – red-purple flowers and very spiny leaves and stem – but it is a weed nonetheless, and therefore unwanted in pasture and range sites.

Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesFerguson College of AgricultureOSU Agriculturemusk thistlerangelandExtensionOutreach and Engagementpasture

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