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    • Biological Control of Saltcedar 

      Knutson, Allen E.; DeLoach, C. Jack; Muegge, Mark A. (2003-10-21)
      Saltcedar is an exotic shrub or small tree that has spread throughout the rivers, streams and lakes of west and southwest Texas and other areas of the western United States. This brochure explains an effort to introduce ...
    • Brush Busters Mixing Guide 

      McGinty, Allan; Ueckert, Darrell (2004-02-05)
      This easy-to-use guide gives mixing instructions for sprays to control huisache, mesquite, redberry cedar, saltcedar, tallowtree and yucca and to treat hardwood cut stumps. It can easily be attached to a sprayer if desired
    • Brush Busters: How to Avoid Lumps When Treating Cut Stumps 

      McGinty, Allan; Ueckert, Darrell (2005-10-31)
      This publication explains two easy, effective and environmentally responsible methods of controlling many species of woody plants. The three-step methods use spray treatments to selectively control unwanted woody plants ...
    • Brush Busters: How to Estimate Costs for Controlling Pricklypear 

      Ueckert, Darrell; McGinty, Allan (1999-04-15)
      Simple directions help you determine the density of pricklypear on your land, and then estimate the cost of controlling these plants with the pad or stem spray method.
    • Brush Busters: How to Estimate Costs for Controlling Small Mesquite 

      Ueckert, Darrell; McGinty, Allan (1999-04-15)
      This publication includes simple directions for determining the density of mesquite and then estimating the cost of controlling these plants with either the leaf spray or stem spray method.
    • Brush Busters: How to Manage Macartney Rose 

      Hanselka, C. Wayne (2004-12-22)
      Macartney rose poses serious management problems for livestock producers in Southeast Texas to the Middle Coastal Prairie. It is best controlled using the three-step method described in this publication.
    • Brush Busters: How to Beat Mesquite 

      McGinty, Allan; Ueckert, Darrell (2005-10-31)
      The mesquite tree is one of the toughest, most invasive species of brush in the world. It thrives across the western two-thirds of Texas. This publication presents a three-step way to control mesquite with herbicides applied ...
    • Brush Busters: How to Control Huisache 

      Hanselka, C. Wayne; Lyons, Robert K. (2004-12-22)
      Huisache is a tough, invasive plant that limits forage production and lowers the value of the wildlife habitat in the eastern half of Texas. This publication offers two three-step methods to control huisache; both are easy, ...
    • Brush Busters: How to Estimate Costs for Controlling Small Cedar 

      Ueckert, Darrell; McGinty, Allan (2001-04-25)
      Simple directions help you determine the density of cedar on rangeland or improved pastures, and then estimate the cost of controlling these plants with any of the three Brush Busters methods.
    • Brush Busters: How to Master Cedar 

      McGinty, Allan; Ueckert, Darrell (2005-10-31)
      Three safe and effective ways to control small cedar (juniper) are explained in this publication. Two are herbicide treatments--leaf spray and soil spot spray--and one is the top removal method. Instructions for mixing and ...
    • Brush Busters: How to Put a Halt to Saltcedar 

      McGinty, Allan; Hart, Charles R. (2002-01-07)
      Saltcedar is an invasive, hard-to-control woody plant. This publication describes both the leaf spray method and the stem spray method for controlling saltcedar. Whichever method you choose, you should be able to control ...
    • Brush Busters: How to Take Care of Pricklypear and Other Cacti 

      McGinty, Allan; Ueckert, Darrell (2005-10-31)
      Pricklypear and other species of cacti may interfere with the movement and handling of livestock and with forage utilization. This publication gives complete instructions for using the pad or stem-spray control method and ...
    • Brush Busters: How To Take Out Tallowtrees 

      Hanselka, C. Wayne (2004-12-22)
      Chinese tallowtrees have invaded many upland and wetland sites on the Texas Coastal Prairie. Two control methods--the leaf spray method and the stem spray method--are effective. Both are explained in this publication.
    • Brush Busters: How to take the Green out of Greenbriar 

      Cadenhead, J. F. (2005-10-31)
      Greenbriar can become a problem on rangelands and croplands. The basal stem spray method described in this publication will control greenbriar effectively. There are instructions for preparing the herbicide mix and for ...
    • Brush Busters: How to take the Luck out of Controlling Yucca 

      McGinty, Allan; Ueckert, Darrell (2004-12-22)
      Two effective methods of controlling yucca on rangeland are described in this publication. One method uses a spray mixture of herbicide and oil. The second method uses undiluted herbicide. Proper procedures for each method ...
    • Brush Control for Small Acreages 

      McGinty, Allan; Welch, Tommy G. (2000-01-11)
      Many Texans own small acreages and need to know how to control brush. Mechanical methods include cut-stump and basal treatments. Herbicides also can be used. Application methods for soil-applied and foliar-applied herbicides ...
    • Brush Management Effects on Deer Habits 

      Richardson, Calvin (1999-02-04)
      While brush can be a problem for livestock production on South Texas rangelands, brush is a necessary part of the habitat for deer. This publication describes various brush management methods and illustrates treatment ...
    • Brush Management Methods 

      Welch, Tommy G. (2000-07-14)
      Brush should be managed to meet the objectives of the landowner. This publication describes chemical and mechanical methods of brush control, including rootplowing, bulldozing, disking, power grubbing and roller chopping. ...
    • Chemical Weed and Brush Control Suggestions for Rangeland 2009 Update 

      McGinty, Allan (2009-04-22)
      This publication updates the herbicide recommendations in B-1466, "Chemical Weed and Brush Control Suggestions for Rangeland. The herbicide control recommendations in B-1466A for a specific weed or brush species supercede ...
    • Chemical Weed and Brush Control: Suggestions for Rangeland 

      McGinty, Allan; Ansley, Jim; Cadenhead, J. F.; Hamilton, Wayne T.; Hanselka, C. Wayne; Hart, Charles R.; Ueckert, Darrell (2005-04-25)
      Millions of acres of Texas rangeland support an excessive cover of woody plants and forbs. This publication lists herbicides to use for controlling brush and weeds on rangeland. It can help in developing a brush management ...