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SS-AGR-326: Wax Myrtle Biology and Control in Pastures

Figure 1. Wax myrtle plants are often found in improved pastures, fencerows, pond, and marsh edges, as well as in native rangeland. This 2009 photo pictures wax myrtle growing in a pasture at the University of Florida’s Range Cattle Research and Education Center in Ona, FL.

Credit: Brent Sellers, IFAS/UF