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Establishing vegetation on migrating inland sand dunes in Texas
Author(s): T. E. Fulbright, J. A. Ortega-Santos, A. Lozano-Cavazos and L. E. Ramirez-Yanez
Journal: Rangeland Ecology & Management
Article Topic(s): Establishment methods,Fertilizer,Disturbance
Research Setting(s): Sandhill,Agricultural
Species Referenced: Chamaecrista fasciculata (Partridge pea),
AbstractInvestigates methods to establish vegetation on migrating sand dunes in Texas to prevent damage to rangelands. Applying mulch and excluding dunes from livestock grazing were sufficient to establish vegetation. Seeding, transplanting, and fertilizing did not result in increased cover.
Suggested CitationT. E. Fulbright, J. A. Ortega-Santos, A. Lozano-Cavazos and L. E. Ramirez-Yanez. "Establishing vegetation on migrating inland sand dunes in Texas." Rangeland Ecology & Management 59.5 (2006): 549-556.