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Blackland tallgrass prairie vegetation dynamics following cessation of herbicide application

Author(s): K. R. Hickman and J. D. Derner

Month: Mar
Year: 2007

Journal: Rangeland Ecology & Management
Volume: 60
Issue: 2
Pages: 186-190

Article Topic(s): Herbicide,Community level survey,Succession,Restoration
Research Setting(s): Tallgrass prairie

Species Referenced: Gaillardia pulchella (Indian blanket),

Abstract

Researches the effects of halting herbicide application on the species composition and diversity in a tallgrass prairie in Texas. Forb cover increased significantly, in large part due to increases in Gaillardia pulchella. However, C-4 grasses increased only marginally. Since C-4 grasses are the dominant prairie species, this represents a shift in species composition for this community. Conservation of this community type may require seeding or transplanting perennial forbs.

Suggested Citation

K. R. Hickman and J. D. Derner. "Blackland tallgrass prairie vegetation dynamics following cessation of herbicide application." Rangeland Ecology & Management 60.2 (2007): 186-190.

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ISSN: 1550-7424
DOI: 10.2111/05-097R4.1

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