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Use of pine (Pinus radiata) bark as a controlled-release support of the herbicide hexazinone in pine stands



Use of pine (Pinus radiata) bark as a controlled-release support of the herbicide hexazinone in pine stands



Agricultura Tecnica Santiago 58(4): 268-275



This study reports the effect of a commercial and controlled release formulation of hexazinone based on bark as a supporting material for weed control in Monterey pine (Pinus radiata) nurseries. Experimental plots had natural levels of weed infestation and three-month-old P. radiata plants. Results were expressed as percentage of weed control and a 'productivity index' for P. radiata plants.

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