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Effects of chemical site preparation on red pine seedling survival and growth



Effects of chemical site preparation on red pine seedling survival and growth



Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.40): 24-27



Following clearcut harvesting of the overstorey in 1981-82, 14 herbicides were compared for site preparation before planting 2-0 red pine (Pinus resinosa) seedlings in Oct. 1983 and 3-0 seedlings in Apr. 1984. Survival was very variable due in part to drought conditions. For 2nd year survival, only 1 lb hexazinone + 2 lb triclopyr ester/acre was superior to the control. The 3-0 stock showed significantly greater survival than the 2-0 stock.

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