Noxious and invasive weeds are widespread throughout Nevada and threaten the productivity of cropland, pasture and rangeland. The Humboldt County Extension Educator continues to interact with the Paradise Valley Weed Control District, the Humboldt Watershed Cooperative Weed Management Area, Nevada Department of Agriculture, the Nevada Conservation Districts and other entities to provide research based information for weed issues they encounter.
Schultz, B. and Foster, S. Nevada’s Priority Agricultural Weeds: Medusahead. UNCE Special Publication. 22-15. 18 p.
Schultz, B. 2022. 2022 Forage Loss Assessment for Nevada. Technical Report to the USDA Farm Services Agency. 44 p. Submitted on December 12, 2022.
Schultz, B. and McAdoo, K. (deceased). 2022. UNR Cooperative Extension: Placing Wyoming Sagebrush to Catch Snow and Provide Seed for Creating Sagebrush Islands. Progressive Rancher. September-October Issue. Pages 34-39.
Schultz, B. and Miller, G. 2021. Placing Fall-harvested Wyoming Big Sagebrush Plants to Catch Snow and Provide Seed for Creating Sagebrush Islands. International Meeting, Society for Range Management, February 11-17, 2022. Boise, Idaho. Contributed Poster.
Schultz, B. 2021. Repeat Photography in the Santa Rosa Mountains, North-Central Nevada. International Meeting, Society for Range Management, February 11-17, 2022. Boise, Idaho. Contributed Poster.
Meiman, P., Perryman, B., and Schultz, B. 2021. Livestock Grazing Management Considerations When Targeting Cheatgrass. International Meeting, Society for Range Management, February 11-17, 2022. Boise, Idaho. Invited.
Fernández-Guisuraga, J.M., Calvo, L., Fernandes, P.M., Hulet, A., Perryman, B., Schultz, B., Jensen, K.S., Enterkine, J., Boyd, C.S., Davies, K.W., Johnson, D.D., Wollstein, K., Price, W.J., and Arispe, S.A. 2023. Estimating litter biomass of annual grasses associated with short fire free intervals in the northern Great Basin. Science of the Total Environment. Available online December 2022.
a An additional County contribution includes the in-kind value of approximately $450,000 annually or buildings, facilities, and administrative support. The value shown includes approximately $124,000 from the property tax assessment and the remainder from the Cooperative Extension Ending Fund Balance.
Extension, Humboldt County Office1085 Fairgrounds Road | Winnemucca, NV 89445Brad Schultz, Extension Educatorschultzb@unr.edu | 775-623-6304
Schultz, Brad, 2023, Humboldt County Annual Report | July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, County Reports
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