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Herbicides applied in bands to control brush prior to conifer planting



Herbicides applied in bands to control brush prior to conifer planting



Proceedings of the 37th annual meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 1983: 273-275



Band applications of 3.7 and 4.69 lb hexazinone/ac to hardwood regrowth on a cutover site had no effect when made in autumn. Spring applications controlled Acer rubrum, Populus spp. and Prunus pensylvanica in the treated bands but although beech (Fagus sp.) and ash (Fraxinus sp.) sprouted they showed scorch and reduced growth. Little hardwood suppression was observed between the sprayed bands. Control both within and between the bands was less satisfactory with 2.27 lb dicamba/ac.

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