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Forage yields did not differ among treatments which controlled 90% or more leafy spurge. Marginal net return over marginal cost from herbicide treatments ranged from $35/ha to $63/ha. In North Dakota, the most cost-effective treatment was picloram plus 2,4-D (Lym and Messersmith 1990). Annual spring applications provided a net return of $284 and $109/ha in eastern and western North Dakota, respectively. The efficacy of controlling spotted knapweed with picloram was evaluated with an economic model (Griffith and Lacey 1991).
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