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Chamise control with aircraft: Herbicides applied by aircraft in spring following fall burn controlled chamise sprouts and brush seedlings in range test

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O. A. Leonard, University of California
C. E. Carlson

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California Agriculture 12(4):9-12.

Published April 01, 1958

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The use of aircraft to apply herbicides in the control of chamise and associated brush species—as a follow-up to controlled burning and seeding—was studied on a chamise dominated area. The test site was at a 1,400' elevation in the foothills of the west slope of the Sierra Nevada, about 10 miles west of Placerville.

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Chamise control with aircraft: Herbicides applied by aircraft in spring following fall burn controlled chamise sprouts and brush seedlings in range test

O. A. Leonard, C. E. Carlson
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Chamise control with aircraft: Herbicides applied by aircraft in spring following fall burn controlled chamise sprouts and brush seedlings in range test

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Authors

O. A. Leonard, University of California
C. E. Carlson

Publication Information

California Agriculture 12(4):9-12.

Published April 01, 1958

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The use of aircraft to apply herbicides in the control of chamise and associated brush species—as a follow-up to controlled burning and seeding—was studied on a chamise dominated area. The test site was at a 1,400' elevation in the foothills of the west slope of the Sierra Nevada, about 10 miles west of Placerville.

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