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Changes in vegetation and grazing capacity following honey mesquite control


, : Changes in vegetation and grazing capacity following honey mesquite control. Journal of Range Management 35(5): 551-557

Prosopis glandulosa in 2 pastures in Texas was treated in 1973 either (a) mechanically by scrub clearance with severance of roots 15-30 cm below the surface, (b) by aerial application of 0.56 kg 2,4,5-T/ha, (c) by aerial application of 0.56 kg 2,4,5-T + picloram/kg or (d) by basal control with 2,4,5-T/diesel oil mixture.

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