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- Cibils, Andrés F., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Invasive plant science and management 2015 v.8 no.4 pp. 401-408
- 2,4-D; Oxytropis sericea; application rate; biomass; canopy; flowering; forage; forbs; grasses; half life; invasive species; livestock; pesticide application; picloram; poisonous plants; rangelands; spring; swainsonine; toxicity; vegetation; wildlife; New Mexico
- ... Techniques for preventing crazyweed toxicity in livestock have generally fallen into two categories: excluding livestock access to infested ranges during early spring and fall, and controlling crazyweed populations through herbicide application. Although picloram has been used to control crazyweed effectively in the past, aminopyralid has shown efficacy at lower application rates, exhibits less po ...