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Survival and growth two years after control of herbaceous competitors in newly planted seedlings of loblolly pine



Survival and growth two years after control of herbaceous competitors in newly planted seedlings of loblolly pine



Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 42: 102-104



Early or late over-the-top applications of herbicides were used to control herbaceous competition in machine planted loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) seedlings at two Arkansas locations in a pasture near Alleene and hand planted seedlings on a bedded site near Fouke. None of the treatments controlled weeds for the entire growing season. Only glyphosate + sulfometuron-methyl produced seedling survival and growth below that of the controls.

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