Seeding, Herbicide, and Fungicide Impact on Perennial Grass Establishment in Cheatgrass Infested Habitats
The article discusses research which examined the impact of seeding, herbicide and fungicide on Bromus tectorum, a perennial grass. Topics discussed include factors contributing to Bromus tectorum invasion into rangelands, reasons for failure of revegetation of native species, integration of herbecide imazapic with generalist grass pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda and common causes of revegetation failure addressed by integrating multiple management strategies.
DOI of Published Version
Ehlert, Krista A.; Mangold, Jane M.; Menalled, Fabian; Miller, Zachariah; and Dyer, Alan, "Seeding, Herbicide, and Fungicide Impact on Perennial Grass Establishment in Cheatgrass Infested Habitats" (2019). Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Faculty Publications. 306.