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CitationHalls, L. K., & Crawford, H. S. (1965). Vegetation response to an Ozark woodland spraying. Journal of Range Management, 18(6), 338-340.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractAerial spraying of an Ozark woodland with 2,4,5-T temporarily increased yields of grasses preferred by cattle. Reinvasion of woody plants and heavy grazing by cattle contributed to a subsequent decline in yields of grass. The invading shrubs included many species preferred by deer.