Weed Busters: How to Pound Threadleaf Groundsel

Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
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Threadleaf groundsel is a shrubby perennial weed found on rangelands in west central and west Texas. It is toxic to cattle and horses.

Two methods of controlling this plant are described in this publication:

  • The ground broadcast spray method
  • The individual plant leaf spray method

(2 pages)

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