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Coyote brush on rangeland: Control of brush by chemicals successful in tests for reclaiming farming land in San Mateo County

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Bryan C. Sandlin, University of California, San Mateo County.

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California Agriculture 8(4):15-15.

Published April 01, 1954

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Coyote brush–Baccharis pilularis–a perennial evergreen shrub growing from two to eight feet in height, is the principal problem-brush on San Mateo County rangeland.

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Coyote brush on rangeland: Control of brush by chemicals successful in tests for reclaiming farming land in San Mateo County

Bryan C. Sandlin
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Coyote brush on rangeland: Control of brush by chemicals successful in tests for reclaiming farming land in San Mateo County

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Authors

Bryan C. Sandlin, University of California, San Mateo County.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 8(4):15-15.

Published April 01, 1954

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Coyote brush–Baccharis pilularis–a perennial evergreen shrub growing from two to eight feet in height, is the principal problem-brush on San Mateo County rangeland.

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