Herbaceous weed control in loblolly pine plantations using flazasulfuronThis article is part of a larger document. View the larger document here.
A total of 13 treatments were applied at four sites (two in Mississippi and two in Texas) to evaluate the efficacy of flazasulfuron applied alone or in mixtures for providing control of herbaceous weeds. All sites were newly established loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantations. Plots were evaluated monthly until 180 days after treatment. No phytotoxicity on pine seedlings was observed. Overall, flazasulfuron has potential for use in forestry herbaceous weed control applications but only in mixtures with other products.