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Herbicide control of tall larkspurs on mountain rangeland
(1999)
  • M. H. Ralphs
  • D. B. Nielsen
  • J. O. Evans
  • Christopher A. Call, Utah State University
Abstract
Tall larkspurs kill more cattle on mountain rangelands than any other plant or disease. Tall larkspurs are principal components of tall forb communities and occur in patches associated with snow drifts in mountain big sagebrush, aspen and subalpine plant communities. Controlling larkspur patches can substantially reduce cattle deaths (3). Larkspur will never be eradicated, but if its density could be reduced to where a cow could not eat enough larkspur, fast enough, death losses can be reduced.
Disciplines
Publication Date
1999
Publisher
Cooperative Expensive Extension Service, Utah State University
Series
EL 285
Citation Information
M. H. Ralphs, D. B. Nielsen, J. O. Evans and Christopher A. Call. Herbicide control of tall larkspurs on mountain rangeland. Logan, UT(1999)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/christopher_call/53/