Three Keys to Prickly Pear Control
Pricklypear causes loss of grazing by competing for water and due to the physical barrier it presents to livestock. Research has shown that during drought pricklypear density can increase 25 percent to 30 percent each year while other plants decline. Learn from three resource management experts about how to control pricklypear in your pastures.
Speakers: Dr. Charles Hart, Corteva Agriscience; James Jackson, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension; Dr. Morgan Russell Treadway, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
March 29 @ 3:30
3:30 pm — 4:30 pm (1h)
FWCC Room 204
Dr. Charles Hart, Dr. Morgan Russell Treadway, James Jackson