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Effectiveness of aerially applied herbicides for control of mesquite and associated brush species in Western and Southern areas of Texas



Effectiveness of aerially applied herbicides for control of mesquite and associated brush species in Western and Southern areas of Texas



Rangeland Resources Research: Consolidated Progress Report 1971-74 (PR-3341): 28



A survey of results from various parts of Texas showed that the most effective treatment for control of honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa var. glandulosa) and also Opuntia leptocaulis var. leptocaulis and O. lindheimeri was 2,4,5-T + picloram (1:1) at 1 lb/acre in a 1:3 diesel oil:water emulsion.

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