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Effect of burning on hexazinone residues in firewoodAuthor(s): P.B. Bush; D.G. Neary; Charles K. McMahon; H.L. Hendricks
Source: In: Proceedings, 39th Annual Meeting of Southern Weed Science Society, 1986 January 20-22; Nashville, TN. SWSPBE 39:1-616: 343-353.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAbstract. Two studies were conducted in 1980 and 1982 to determine if hardwood stems killed by hexazinone were suitable for use as firewood. Mixed hardwood-pine stands, in the upper Piedmont of Georgia and in central Florida, we treated with labeled rates of hexazinone in pellet or liquid formulations.
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CitationBush, P.B.; Neary, D.G.; McMahon, Charles K.; Hendricks, H.L. 1986. Effect of burning on hexazinone residues in firewood. In: Proceedings, 39th Annual Meeting of Southern Weed Science Society, 1986 January 20-22; Nashville, TN. SWSPBE 39:1-616: 343-353.
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