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Ragan & Massey is a U.S. manufacturer of premium-quality herbicides, insecticides and seed. We are committed to providing education and expert advice that helps our customers achieve healthy and productive homes, lawns, gardens and farm fields.

  1. How To Grow A Summer Garden Salad From The Ground Up

    How To Grow A Summer Garden Salad From The Ground Up

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  2. UF-Riata Springs Forward

    UF-Riata Springs Forward

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  3. 5 Landscaping Tips To Repel Mosquitoes

    5 Landscaping Tips To Repel Mosquitoes

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  4. Our 5 Favorite Strawberry Jams

    Our 5 Favorite Strawberry Jams

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  5. Foraging Ahead With Dr. Don Ball: A Factor That Limits Legumes

    Foraging Ahead With Dr. Don Ball: A Factor That Limits Legumes

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  6. How To Part Ways With Cockroaches, Crickets, Flies, And More

    How To Part Ways With Cockroaches, Crickets, Flies, And More

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  7. What You Need To Know About Herbicide-Resistance

    What You Need To Know About Herbicide-Resistance

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  8. Getting to the Root of UF-Riata: Success Runs Deep

    Getting to the Root of UF-Riata: Success Runs Deep

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  9. 5 Ways To Spray Safely This Spring

    5 Ways To Spray Safely This Spring

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  10. UF-Riata: Erosion Control Just Got a Little Greener

    UF-Riata: Erosion Control Just Got a Little Greener

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  11. "A Job Well Done," by Ragan & Massey: Five Steps for Southern Pasture

    "A Job Well Done," by Ragan & Massey: Five Steps for Southern Pasture

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  12. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Holdover seed

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Holdover seed

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  13. "A Job Well Done" by Ragan & Massey: Mesquite Control

    "A Job Well Done" by Ragan & Massey: Mesquite Control

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  14. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Getting the most out of forage nutrients

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Getting the most out of forage nutrients

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  15. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Stating the risks with "Variety Not Stated" seed

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Stating the risks with "Variety Not Stated" seed

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  16. How to evaluate the nutritional value of your pasture

    How to evaluate the nutritional value of your pasture

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  17. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: What can we learn with a simple examination of hay?

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: What can we learn with a simple examination of hay?

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  18. New Pasture Checklist

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  19. Improve pasture production by overseeding winter ryegrass

    Improve pasture production by overseeding winter ryegrass

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  20. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Wildlife and the Forage Producer

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Wildlife and the Forage Producer

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  21. Irrigation and rotation are keys to favorable forage

    Irrigation and rotation are keys to favorable forage

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  22. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: 9 Reasons Winter Annual Forages See Production Problems

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: 9 Reasons Winter Annual Forages See Production Problems

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  23. PlotSpike makes food plots thrive

    PlotSpike makes food plots thrive

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  24. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Planting food plots for wildlife

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Planting food plots for wildlife

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  25. With Prine Ryegrass, it's prime time for winter forage

    With Prine Ryegrass, it's prime time for winter forage

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  26. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Why plant food plots?

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Why plant food plots?

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  27. Forage oats are key to fall pasture health

    Forage oats are key to fall pasture health

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  28. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Forage crops and reseeding

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Forage crops and reseeding

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  29. Wind speed and humidity dictate when to spray

    Wind speed and humidity dictate when to spray

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  30. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: The realities of feeding seed

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: The realities of feeding seed

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  31. Choices to make for healthy, vigorous forage

    Choices to make for healthy, vigorous forage

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  32. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Drag harrows aren’t a drag for the livestock farmer

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Drag harrows aren’t a drag for the livestock farmer

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  33. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Dry pasture can lead to poisoned livestock

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Dry pasture can lead to poisoned livestock

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  34. Know your obstacles when establishing a pasture

    Know your obstacles when establishing a pasture

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  35. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Making informed forage selection decisions

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Making informed forage selection decisions

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  36. Control insects inside and out with Compare-N-Save® products

    Control insects inside and out with Compare-N-Save® products

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  37. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Harvesting Sunlight

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Harvesting Sunlight

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  38. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Checking pastures

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Checking pastures

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  39. Determining soil fertility is the first step to a productive pasture

    Determining soil fertility is the first step to a productive pasture

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  40. Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Consider Legumes For Better Pasture Production

    Foraging Ahead with Dr. Don Ball: Consider Legumes For Better Pasture Production

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  41. A weed treatment for every situation

    A weed treatment for every situation

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  42. Mesquite management: cut-stump vs. basal-bark treatment

    Mesquite management: cut-stump vs. basal-bark treatment

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  43. Extend your knowledge with your local extension agent

    Extend your knowledge with your local extension agent

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  44. $5 million Johnsongrass study underway

    $5 million Johnsongrass study underway

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  45. Before planting anything, take that topsoil temperature

    Before planting anything, take that topsoil temperature

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  46. Smart pasture management makes healthy, happy horses

    Smart pasture management makes healthy, happy horses

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  47. Pollinators are the bee's knees for global crop production

    Pollinators are the bee's knees for global crop production

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  48. Control woody plants and broadleaf weeds with BRUSHTOX™

    Control woody plants and broadleaf weeds with BRUSHTOX™

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  49. Knowing weed-control basics will keep you out of the weeds

    Knowing weed-control basics will keep you out of the weeds

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  50. Spring Equipment Maintenance

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