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Characteristics and cavity nesting bird use of picloram created snags in the central appalachians usa


Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 7(1): 34-37
Characteristics and cavity nesting bird use of picloram created snags in the central appalachians usa
A soil-applied herbicide rate of 40 lb/acre Tordon 10K created snags (dead trees) and/or habitat characteristics desirable for foraging and nesting cavity-nesting birds in eastern Kentucky. Integration of picloram pellet application into TSI [timber stand improvement] programs would allow stand quality improvement and a sustained supply of potential feeding and nesting sites for cavity-dependent birds.


Accession: 004919295



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