Reseeding Natives in South Texas: Targeting Noxious Plants
- Date of Publication
- August 31, 2021
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Native reseeding sites often have problems with noxious plants' competitive, unwanted, or invader species growing out of place. Noxious species on restorations can be native or exotic grasses, forbs (broadleaf plants), or woody plants. This publication explains how to control them early.
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