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Herbicide technology: its present and future role in re-establishing southern pine plantationsAuthor(s): James H Miller
Source: In: Gresham, C.A., ed. 1988 Proceedings Second Rotation Plantation Establishment Workshop. Baruch Foundation, Georgetown, South Carolina: 26-38.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis paper explores the benefits of competition control treatments in establishing plantations now and into the next rotation, More is known about the economic outcome of woody control treatments than about herbaceous. control; thus, the former are given the most attention. But the early growth benefits of herbaceous weed control treatments are also reviewed, with the appropriate application methods and possible innovations. Application methods are explained, with emphasis on ideas leading to possible establishment savings.
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CitationMiller, James H. 1988. Herbicide technology: its present and future role in re-establishing southern pine plantations. In: Gresham, C.A., ed. 1988 Proceedings Second Rotation Plantation Establishment Workshop. Baruch Foundation, Georgetown, South Carolina: 26-38.
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