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A multiple spray regime for broom control in forestry operations



A multiple spray regime for broom control in forestry operations



Proceedings of the thirty fifth New Zealand weed and pest control conference [Hartley, MJ Editor]: 157-161



Trials were laid down in Canterbury to determine if the multiple spray regime recommended for gorse (Ulex europaeus) would give long term control of broom (Cytisus scoparius) prior to establishment of Pinus radiata. Sites were burnt in late autumn and the juvenile regrowth broom sprayed with 2,4,5-T esters, 2,4-D, picloram, glyphosate and hexazinone in spring. Sites were re-sprayed following seedling germination in autumn.

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