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Range site and grazing system influence on regrowth of honey mesquite



Range site and grazing system influence on regrowth of honey mesquite



Proceedings 26th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 281



Evaluation of honey mesquite (Prosopis juliflora var. glandulosa) at various sites on the Texas Experimental Ranch in the Rolling Plains of NW Texas 8 years after aerial spraying with 2,4,5-T showed that, on average, the density, oven-dry production, canopy cover and rate of stem regrowth were greater under a moderately stocked, deferred rotation grazing system than under heavily stocked, continuous grazing.

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