Evaluation of eastern redcedar infestations in the northern Kansas Flint Hills.

  title={Evaluation of eastern redcedar infestations in the northern Kansas Flint Hills.},
  author={CLENTON and Eric Owensby and Sibiko W. Kenneth and R. BLAN and Brian Eaton},
Highlight: Associations among cattle stocking rate, precipitation, and eastern redcedar invasion, and possibly redcedar control measures were investigated. Redcedar numbers generally decreased as stocking rate increased. Precipitation had only a slight effect on invasion rate. Fire, cutting, and fenuron granules appear to effectively kill red cedar. Loamy upland range site consists of soils having medium-textured soil deep enough to support primarily big bluestem and Indiangrass in climax… CONTINUE READING

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