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Vegetation manipulation on Washington highways

, : Vegetation manipulation on Washington highways. Proceedings, 36th annual California Weed Conference: 93-94

The use of selective herbicides and fertilizers was more cost-effective and resulted in aesthetic improvement compared with mowing of roadside vegetation in Washington State. Roadsides were zoned according to usage parameters and management techniques.

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