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Control of competing brush in a Piedmont loblolly plantation



Control of competing brush in a Piedmont loblolly plantation



Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 38th annual meeting: 254-255



Weedone CB was evaluated as a basal spray during both dormant and growing seasons on competing brush species in a Pinus taeda plantation. Complete kill or effective control was achieved on all species tested, except Acer rubrum for both application dates. P. taeda seedlings and saplings 6 inches from treated hardwood stems were not damaged.

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