Evaluation of aerial treatments for the control of creosotebush (<i>Larrea tridentata</i>)

TitleEvaluation of aerial treatments for the control of creosotebush (Larrea tridentata)
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication1969
AuthorsGould W.L., Herbel C.H.
Series TitleResearch Progress Report, Western Society of Weed Science
Pagination27-28
Date Published1969
InstitutionResearch Progress Report, Western Society of Weed Science
Keywordsaerial treatments, creosotebush, Larrea tridentata
AbstractCreosotebush frequently occurs in almost pure standsin areas of the Southwest where it has invaded. Selective chemical control of creosotebush offers a means for natural revegetation where remnants of perennial grasses remain. This study was initiated to evalute the response of creosotebush to aerial application of materials which had appeared promising in small plot tests.
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