Evaluation of Eastern Redcedar Infestations in the Northern Kansas Flint Hills
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CitationOwensby, C. E., Blan, K. R., Eaton, B. J., & Russ, O. G. (1973). Evaluation of eastern redcedar infestations in the northern Kansas Flint Hills. Journal of Range Management, 26(4), 256-260.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractAssociations 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 redcedar.