Controlling Eastern Redcedars in Pastures

Controlling Eastern Redcedars in Pastures

Dr. Bruce Anderson, Professor of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska

Eastern redcedar trees seem to be exploding in many area pastures. These trees reduce forage production, make animal handling difficult, and encourage pastures to shift from warm-season to cool-season grasses.

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