The Importance of Chemicals in Controlling Forest Vegetation

The Importance of Chemicals in Controlling Forest Vegetation

Microform - 1987
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In forests, the greatest competition to crops of conifers comes from woody plants that grow rapidly in height, herbaceous plants that spread through underground stems, and coarse grasses. This report describes the methods of controlling such vegetation, gives the history of the use of chemical controls, and presents the direct and indirect effects of banning chemical controls.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Forests and Lands, Forest Service, 1987
Description: 13 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 90-04745

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