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Author(s):Brooks, Louanne S.; Weidenfeller, Ted A.; Finnerty, Deane W.
Author Affiliation:DowElanco, Indianapolis, IN; Consultant, Terra International, Sioux City, IA; Consultant, Minnetonka, MN
Title:Results from several low volume foliar brush treatments at three sites in Wisconsin
Article Series:Industrial, forestry, turf, and aquatics
Meeting Info.:December 10-12, 1996; St. Louis, MO
Source:Proceedings of the North Central Weed Science Society. Vol. 51, 1996, p. 104.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Champaign, IL: North Central Weed Science Society
Abstract/Contents:"Low-volume foliar (LVF) brush treatments may be a desirable alternative to high-volume applications in some situations, e.g., low brush densities, environmentally sensitive areas, high profile locations, areas difficult to access with large equipment, etc. Trials were established during July, 1995 at three widely separated locations in Wisconsin to observe the relative efficacy of seven LVF treatments. Principal species at each location were; NE Wisconsin (Marionette area), aspen, red maple, red oak, and white birch; West Central Wisconsin (Chetek area), willow, aspen, basswood, and red maple; SE Wisconsin (Berlin area), hickory. Applications were made via backpack sprayer with a 1503SS tip, applying approximately 25 gpa at 30 lb/psi. Where possible, ten trees of a given specie were tagged in each treatment. Treated stems were two to eight ft tall. Treatment rates per acre were: 4lb triclopyr ester, 3 lb triclopyr amine plus 1.3 oz metsulfuron methyl, 2 lb triclopyr ester plus 0.25 picloram/1 lb 2,4-D amine, 2 lb triclopyr ester plus 4 lb 2,4-D ester, 0.25 lb imazapyr plus 3.75 lb gylphosate, 7.5 lb glyphosate, and 3 lb triclopyr amine plus 0.0625 lb imazapyr. All treatments included a silicon wetting agent at 2 fl oz/25 g water. Twelve MAT, all products or combinations, except for 7.5 lb glyphosate on hickory, provided excellent control of all hardwood species. Hickory was slow to respond to all treatments. Glyphosate and glyphosate/imazapyr treatments reduced ground cover, with slow re-establishment."
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Brooks, L. S., T. A. Weidenfeller, and D. W. Finnerty. 1996. Results from several low volume foliar brush treatments at three sites in Wisconsin. Proc. North Cent. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:p. 104.
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