Reseeding Natives in South Texas: Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid

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Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
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Overview

Reseeding native plants is one of the most technically demanding land management practices in South Texas. Those planning to reseed natives need to avoid the 10 practices discussed in this publication. Topics include seed selection, planting techniques, seedbed preparation, the timing of planting, weed control, grazing practices, unrealistic expectations, and professional guidance. (4 pages)

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