This paper, as read before the Texas Academy of Science, was titled "Increase of Native Weedy Forbs on Texas Range Lands." The reason for the change of title here is that, from a range standpoint, not all forbs are weeds and not all weeds are forbs. Forbs are herbaceous plants that are not grasses or grass-like plants. Some of the forbs are toxic to livestock or so unpalatable to them they feed upon them only when excessively hungry or starving. In reality some of these range forbs are forage plants and some are not.
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Cory, V. L.
"Increase of Poison-Bitterweed (Hymenoxys odorata) on Texas Range Lands,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 19
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