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  Document Document E-1010 Oklahoma Prescribed Burning Handbook

By John Weir, Dwayne Elmore, Terrence Bidwell, David Engle, J.D. Carlson, and Samuel Fuhlendorf. This circular discusses prescribed burning techniques used to safely and effectively manage your land. Revised April 2014.

8 MB
  Document E-998 Patch Burning: Integrating Fire and Grazing to Promote Heterogeneity

By John Weir. This publication outlines the importance of fire and grazing for native plant communities, wildlife, and livestock. Reviewed July 2016.

27 MB
  Document L-347 Fire Management of Oak Forests for Wildlife

By Jesse Burton, Dwayne Elmore, John Weir, and Terrence Bidwell. This brochure discusses the benefits of prescribed fire to manage oak forests. Reviewed May 2014.

11 MB
  Document NREM-2894 Managing Brush Piles

By John Weir and Russell Stevens. This fact sheet discusses burning brush piles, including best time of year, weather conditions, size of the brush pile, as well as other considerations. It also discusses grinding and mulching, or leaving the brush pile for wildlife habitat.

3 MB
  Document NREM-2902 Cut and Stuff Practices for Enhanced Cedar Control with Prescribed Fire

By Jess Crockford, John Weir, Carol Blocksome, Morgan Russell and Dirac Twidwell. This fact sheet discusses cut and stuff methods for prescribed burns. Cut and stuff prescribed burns can render significant damage to large cedars in areas where fire normally would not have much impact.

2 MB
  Document NREM-2903 Prescribed Burning: Spotfires and Escapes

By John Weir, R. Seth Coffey, Morgan Russell, Carol Baldwin, Dirac Twidwell, Doug Cram, Pete Bauman and Jennifer Fawcett. Fire is an important ecological process that maintains prairies, shrublands and forests. When conducting prescribed fire, there is always the possibility of a spotfire and escaped fire occurring. The best way to prevent a spotfire from becoming an escaped fire is to be prepared and plan ahead. This fact sheet discusses this planning.

3 MB
  Document NREM-5053 Cedar Control by Individual Scorched-tree Ignition Following Fire

By John Weir and David Engle. This fact sheet discusses individual ignition of cedar trees for a complete kill following a fire. Reviewed May 2015.

1 MB