Our First Treatment With Yeomans Plow: October 2009 Chris Gill on June 5, 2010 The first treatment with our Yeomans Plow. Treating an area in which desert grass has shifted to tarbush (Flourensia cernua) and bare ground. Category: HABITAT RESTORATION, PHOTOS Tag: habitat restoration, SubSoiling, Yeomans Keyline Post navigation Previous: Previous post: Christopher Gill to Editor of Big Bend Sentinel on Elk Removals by Texas Parks and Wildlife DepartmentNext: Next post: Same Area in May Before 2010 Monsoons Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookGoogleLinkedIn Posted by Chris Gill All Posts 2 Comments Wayne Hanselka June 12, 2010 at 12:50 am Wayne Hanselka said this about these photos:Subject: Re: Fwd: Sub Soil Treatments at Circle RanchChris, thanks for the photos; Chiseling, ripping, subsoiling, etc. areoften necessary to “jumpstart” restoration of the water cycle oncompacted soils; we have experienced essentially a three-foldincrease in grass biomass production after chiseling on South Texas rangelandsplus an increase in forbs due to soil disturbance as well as improvedwater infiltration and efficiency. Not only increased biomassproductionbut also increases in veg. cover and subsequent decreases in bareground. Seeding an appropriate species obviously speeds up theprocess.Good work. Like to visit the ranch sometime.WayneC. Wayne Hanselka, PhD; CPRMGrazingland ManagementProfessor and Extension Specialist Emeritus11833 Chamizal St.Corpus Christi, Texas 78410(361) 241 – 1642 (Home Phone)(361) 960 – 9102 (Cell Phone)CHanselk@ag.tamu.edu email@example.com ( mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ) Reply Tominiko January 12, 2014 at 8:31 am Thank you for these gorgeous pcerutis! I’m so happy with what I’ve seen so far, and can’t wait for the rest!! The colors that you are able to get are amazing. Thank you, thank you! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.