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Reclaiming Texas brushland range

Reclaiming Texas brushland range

J. Range Mgmt, 11: 1, 1-5. bibl. 7

Control of brush and tree species was obtained by rootploughing. A horizontal, Vshaped plough blade, bearing several fins mounted at 25 degrees to the vertical and of sufficient length to reach the soil surface, was used at a depth of 10.20 in. below the surface of the soil.

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DOI: 10.2307/3894667

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