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Influence of honey mesquite and its control on zonal vegetation patterns






Dissertation Abstracts International, B 39(10): 4678

Influence of honey mesquite and its control on zonal vegetation patterns

In field trials in 1973-6, a range site in N. central Texas (dominated by Prosopis glandulosa var. glandulosa) was untreated or treated with 2,4,5-T + picloram or mechanically treated (tree grubbing '73 and '76 and root ploughing '74) and range production and secondary succession were monitored. Cool and warm season plants dominated by Digitaria californica (24%) and Stipa leucotrica (29%) occupied a canopy zone beneath the untreated honey mesquite.

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