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Toxic Plants of Texas: Integrated Management Strategies to Prevent Livestock Losses
Author(s): Hart, C. R.
Publisher: [College Station, Tex.] : Texas Cooperative Extension, Texas A & M University System
Subject: Poisonous Plants
Comments: From Amazon.com Written for ranchers, landowners, 4-H-ers, veterinarians, and anyone interested in wild or ornamental plants, Toxic Plants of Texas is a complete, practical guide to 106 of the most common poisonous plants in Texas. In a handy, well-illustrated format, experts Charles R. Hart, John C. Reagor, Bruce B. Carpenter, A. Catherine Barr, and Tam Garland provide descriptions of each plant, explaining where it grows, what makes it toxic, and how much an animal must eat to be affected. They also offer a primer on different kinds of poisoning, lists of symptoms, and strategies for treatment and prevention. An overview of integrated toxic plant management summarizes an economical and environmentally sound approach to reducing livestock losses by controlling toxic plants. At the back of the book, a field key cross-references animal symptoms with plant species.
Last Updated: 2007-01-01
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