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Relationship between burning and spraying in the control of brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) regrowth. I. Burning as a pre-spraying treatment. II. Burning as a post-spraying treatment



Relationship between burning and spraying in the control of brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) regrowth. I. Burning as a pre-spraying treatment. II. Burning as a post-spraying treatment



Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciences 34(2): 179-187; 189-196



Aerial spraying and tractor-mounted misting with 1.12 kg/ha 2,4,5-T ester caused reductions of 70 and 80% respectively in regrowth after burning compared with 20 and 16% for unburnt suckers.

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