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Response of honey mesquite and associated range vegetation to karbutilate



Response of honey mesquite and associated range vegetation to karbutilate



Proceedings 29th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 244



Karbutilate, formulated as a ball, was applied to honey mesquite (Prosopis juliflora var. glandulosa) infested rangeland in the Rolling Plains and Post Oak Savannah of Texas. The balls containing karbutilate were applied by hand or with aerial equipment in a grid on 6-ft centres. A year after application in the sub-humid Post Oak Savannah, 0.5 or 1 lb/acre of the herbicides did not satisfactorily control honey mesquite (35 and 65% defoliation, respectively) on a clay loam site.

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