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Control of hardwood brush species with basal applications of triclopyr herbicide


, : Control of hardwood brush species with basal applications of triclopyr herbicide. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.40): 33

In trials with triclopyr for brush control in power line rights-of-way, thin line basal treatments (undiluted herbicide formulation applied in a thin stream all round a stem in a narrow band 6 inches above the soil) and low vol. basal treatments (20-30% herbicide concn in an oil or penetrant carrier as a mist application on to the stem 12 to 15 inches above the soil but not allowed to run down or accumulate at the root collar) were compared.

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