Toxic Plants of Texas
- Date of Publication
- August 31, 2021
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This field guide describes and illustrates the 106 most common potentially toxic plants in Texas. Included are clinical signs in cattle, horses, sheep and/or goats; toxic agents; suggested treatments for poisoned animals; and management strategies for plant infestations. A field key cross-references animal symptoms with plant species. Also included is an overview of integrated toxic plant management. (256 pp., 334 photos, 107 maps, 1 glossary, 1 index)
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