Pricklypear Biology and Management
- Date of Publication
- August 31, 2021
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Pricklypear is often considered an undesirable plant on Texas rangelands. However, many wildlife species feed on pricklypear, and it can be used as supplemental forage for livestock during winter and drought periods. In this publication ranchers learn how to control pricklypear and how to use it as a valuable range resource. (8 pp., 19 photos, 1 table)
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