Methods of applying herbicides for controlling individual weed trees

  • Authors: Peevy, Fred A.
  • Publication Year: 1959
  • Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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Abstract

The encroachment of weed trees on southern forest land is a major land-management problem; therefore, considerable research has been conducted to find efficient methods of control. Killing defective trees by girdling has been practiced for a number of years, but during the past decade the application of herbicides has proven effective. In recent years, special injectors were developed for applying herbicides to individual tree trunks.

  • Citation: Peevy, Fred A. 1959. Methods of applying herbicides for controlling individual weed trees. Forests and People. 3; 9(3):31, 42-43.
  • Posted Date: March 25, 2022
  • Modified Date: March 25, 2022
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