Protecting Livestock on Rangeland, Natural Areas and other Grazed Lands

Protecting Livestock on Rangeland, Natural Areas and other Grazed Lands

Failure to understand product label information regarding grazing tolerances can lead to unintended consequences such as off-target crop damage and the rejection of livestock for human consumption. Any herbicide that is applied to land that is subsequently used for grazing must have grazing tolerances spelled out on the label.

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Tolerance of Desirable Grasses to Milestone® and Perspective Herbicides

Tolerance of Desirable Grasses to Milestone® and Perspective Herbicides

Native perennial grasses are ecologically and economically important in the Intermountain, Great Basin and Northern Great Plains Regions. Herbicides are often used to control invasive broadleaf weeds in these habitat types; therefore, understanding the tolerance of desirable grass species to herbicide treatments is important for land managers.

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