Herbicides in Florida's Flatwoods-Efficacy and Opportunity

  • Authors: Neary, D.G.; Michael, J.L.
  • Publication Year: 1985
  • Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
  • Source: In: Herbicides for Southern Forestry, compiled and edited by Plywell, Nancy A.; Neary, Daniel; Law, Beverly from Proceedings of the 17th Annual Spring Symposium: 1985 April 23-24; Gainesville, Fl: School of Forest Resources and Conservation and Florida Society of American Foresters. 194-201.

Abstract

Herb in the usage in the intensively-managed forests of north Florida have moved from a testing phase to full-scale operational use over the past 4 years. Much information still needs to be developed on the combinations of herbicides and rates needed to control weeds during site preparation. and release operations. Use of herbicides in Florida's forests will require professional skill to achieve potential productivity Increases in a cost-effective manner. This paper discusses the rationale behind use of herbicides in forestry and introduces the topics of efficacy and productivity benefits.

  • Citation: Neary, D.G.; Michael, J.L. 1985. Herbicides in Florida''s Flatwoods-Efficacy and Opportunity. In: Herbicides for Southern Forestry, compiled and edited by Plywell, Nancy A.; Neary, Daniel; Law, Beverly from Proceedings of the 17th Annual Spring Symposium: 1985 April 23-24; Gainesville, Fl: School of Forest Resources and Conservation and Florida Society of American Foresters. 194-201.
  • Posted Date: January 1, 2000
  • Modified Date: August 22, 2006
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