Perennial broomweed is widespread on dry ranges and deserts from California to Texas and north to Idaho. It is poisonous to cattle, sheep, goats and swine.
Two methods of controlling this plant are described in this publication:
- The ground broadcast spray method
- The individual plant leaf spray method
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Ponds are nutrient sinks-a place where incoming nutrients from the watershed accumulate over time. This makes ponds the perfect place for aquatic vegetation to grow, often negatively impacting evaporation rates, recreation, aesthetic value, fish, and wildlife habitat. Preventing aquatic vegetation from entering or becoming established in a pond can save time and money in the […]
Western horse nettle is a weedy perennial in the nightshade family. Ranchers need to control it with herbicides to prevent livestock from ingesting poison that the weed produces. This publication specifies various herbicide options and the application rates for each one. (2 pages)
This publication explains a safe, effective, four-step method for calibrating herbicide sprayers. (2 pages)