New Chemistries for Weed & Brush Control on Rangeland

September 2023 | 51 min., 0 sec.
by Morgan Treadwell
Texas A&M

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​This presentation begins by illustrating vegetational changes across the Great Plains from 1990 to 2020 and then reviews both historic and contemporary approaches to weed and brush control. The need to be proactive, rather than reactive, is emphasized.

About the Presenter

Morgan TreadwellMorgan Treadwell​ is an associate professor and Extension range specialist at Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at San Angelo. Her research and Extension focus on range management with priorities in grazing strategies and prescribed fire to optimize plant diversity, suppress brush, and maintain grassland and savanna systems. This work is producer driven and delivers valuable applied research results to ranchers, landowners, and county Extension agents.

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