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Herbicides as cut-stump treatments during precommercial thinning


, : Herbicides as cut-stump treatments during precommercial thinning. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 297-304

In 2 plantations of 9- and 10-year Pinus taeda on well drained soils, 5 herbicides were applied to hardwood and P. echinata cut stumps according to label recommendations. In all hardwood species, triclopyr and Weedone CB (dichlorprop + 2,4-D) were most effective against re-sprouting. All treatments except another diclorprop + 2,4-D formulation (Weedone 170) prevented sprouting from P. echinata stumps.

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