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Title: The use of herbicides in hardwood forestery

Author: Miller, James H.;

Date: 1987

Source: In: Proceedings Annual Meeting of the Hardwood Research Council; 1987 May 11-13; Memphis, TN. 31-52.

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Herbicides can play an important role in hardwood management by providing foresters and landowners with a means to eliminate undesirable stand components. Although herbicide technology for hardwood management still needs much development, some methods are available and MU be used to enhance the value of the stand. With an emphasis on safety, detailed information about the benefits and methods of applying individual stem and broadcast treatments for control of woody and herbaceous components in hardwood forests are presented in this paper.

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Miller, James H. 1987. The use of herbicides in hardwood forestery. In: Proceedings Annual Meeting of the Hardwood Research Council; 1987 May 11-13; Memphis, TN. 31-52.


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