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Title: Forestry Herbicides

Author: Michael, Jerry L.; Boyer, William L.;

Date: 1983

Source: Forest Farmer 42(8): 6-7.

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: If you own or manage pine timberlands in the South, you know only too well that unwanted vegetation can be stubborn when you arc trying to reforest, convert a stand, or improve pine growth by reducing competition. Are you aware. however, that many forestry herbicides are proving effective in eliminating this undesirable vegetation, both before and after pine establishment? You can sometimes even apply the chemicals yourself, although in many other cases only a licensed applicator should use them.

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Michael, Jerry L.; Boyer, William L. 1983. Forestry Herbicides. Forest Farmer 42(8): 6-7.

 


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