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The importance of grass control for successful establishment of radiata pine (Pinus radiata) in low rainfall areas



The importance of grass control for successful establishment of radiata pine (Pinus radiata) in low rainfall areas



Proceedings of the FRI Symposium No 18: The Use of Herbicides in Forestry in New Zealand 1975: 139-149



See also WA 24, 1832. In a trial at Ashley Forest, discing and scalping proved ineffectual in reducing competition from grasses to Pinus radiata seedlings. Release spraying with atrazine at 4.32 kg/ha + either dalapon or amitrole T (aminotriazole + ammonium thiocyanate) at 2.16 kg/ha gave improved growth for the first two growing seasons, but increasing weed competition in the third growing season led to a decline in tree growth.

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