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CitationScifres, C. J., Mutz, J. L., & Hamilton, W. T. (1979). Control of mixed brush with tebuthiuron. Journal of Range Management, 32(2), 155-158.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractTebuthiuron pellets, 10 or 20% active ingredient, aerially applied at 2.24 kg/ha active ingredient resulted in excellent control of whitebrush, spiny hackberry, and Berlandier wolfberry in South Texas mixed brush. At 2.24 to 3.36 kg/ha active ingredient, the herbicide appears promising for control of lotebush, blackbrush acacia, ceniza, Texas colubrina, javalinabrush, guajillo, guayacan, desert yaupon and twisted acacia. Rates of 3.36 to 4.48 kg/ha active ingredient, applied as tebuthiuron pellets, appeared promising on huisache but only partially controlled honey mesquite. Tebuthiuron was ineffective on lime pricklyash, Texas persimmon, pricklypear, and tasajillo.