Chemical Weed, Tree and Brush Control
Controlling undesirable plants on rangeland is an important part of an overall range management program. Undesirable plants use space, moisture, and nutrients that could better be used to produce forage for grazing animals. Poisonous plants are an additional threat to animal health and productivity.
There are many products available for use on undesired vegetation. Responsible use of these products are an effective management tool. The methods of applying these products are ground rig, aerial, and spot treatment.
In most cases the control of undesirable vegetation requires the use and implementation of multiple range management practices. These can include, but are not limited to mechanical clearing, fire, chemical cultural and integrated livestock and herd management. Ranchland development can recommend and implement a program of weed control specifically tailored to each client and site.