Browsing Journal of Range Management, Volume 28, Number 5 (September 1975) by Authors
Increased Range Forage Production by Reseeding and the Chemical Control of KnapweedHubbard, W. A. (Society for Range Management, 1975-09-01)Diffuse knapweed and spotted knapweed on the lower ranges of the interior of British Columbia can be controlled by 8 oz/acre of picloram (4 amino-3,5,6, trichloropicolinic acid). Crested wheatgrass was not seriously affected by the chemical. Crested wheatgrass significantly increased forage production over the check areas when protected from grazing by domestic animals.