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eBook Growth response of several vegetation species to herbicides and manual cutting treatments in the Vancouver forest region (FRDA report) ePub

by Brian DAnjou

  • ISBN: 077261203X
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  • Author: Brian DAnjou
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Economic & Regional Development Agreement (1990)
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FRDA Report 135. Growth Response of Several Vegetation Species to. .As a late-summer foliar treatment, triclopyr ester (. kg . /ha) was less effective than glyphosate in controlling the non-crop species examined i.

FRDA Report 135. Growth Response of Several Vegetation Species to Herbicides and Manual Cutting Treatments in the Vancouver Forest Region. Author(s) or contact(s): . Subject: Vegetation Management. Both thimbleberry and salmonberry showed a moderate degree of resistance.

Vegetation management is crucial to meeting the objectives of forest . This vegetation management strategy is an asset in the implementation o.

Vegetation management is crucial to meeting the objectives of forest plantations. Following public hearing processes, chemical herbicides were banned on Crown forest lands in Québec (Canada) in 2001. Release now mainly relies on mechanical treatments. This vegetation management strategy is an asset in the implementation of ecosystem-based management.

Vancouver Forest Region. 2100 Labieux Road, Nanaimo, BC, Canada, V9T 6E9, 250-751-7001. Treatment of red alder in the Coastal Region of British Columbia. in the Vancouver Forest Region. by Paul J. Courtin, Kevin R. Brown, and George J. Harper1. Fo. Victoria, BC. FRDA Memo No 216. First-year growth responses of young red alder stands to fertilization.

Growth responses to operationally applied treatments are likely to be smaller than those .

Field studies in the southern interior indicate that cutting of birch may worsen root disease (Armillaria) problems for susceptible conifers, while herbicide treatments used to control birch may not. On sites with Armillaria it may be best to allow mixtures to develop and grow naturally, with minimal intervention. Growth Growth responses of conifer seedlings to various brushing treatments are summarized in Table . A large proportion of the reported information comes from the southern interior; care should be used in extrapolating results from only one region too widely.

Several herbicides and herbicide combinations were investigated for .

Several herbicides and herbicide combinations were investigated for desiccation, defoliation, and killing of tropical vegetation near Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. e oxide (cacodylic acid) was one of the more effective defoliants on guava (Psidium guajava . within 2 weeks after treatment.

Banded forests are situated in sharply continental climate regions with . To achieve the objective, test sites were selected in the Burla forest band. The red book of the Altai Region: rare and endangered plant species.

Banded forests are situated in sharply continental climate regions with annual precipitation of 320 mm, significant temperature fluctuations up to 88 °C annual and 22 °C daily. These territories are characterized by hot dry winds, where pine forests act as a constraint. Ridge-hilly relief causes the vegetation cover diversity in these forests. It is located at Altai Territory mainly and its part enters southern Novosibirsk region.

The effectiveness of several herbicides and manual cutting was . Several CRAFTS Technical reports were prepared and distributed. The causes for the response of brush. and herbaceous plants to these treatments also are determined

The effectiveness of several herbicides and manual cutting was examined for bigleaf maple control. The effect of bigleaf maple sprout clumps on Douglas-fir wood yield is being determined Several CRAFTS Technical reports were prepared and distributed. A vegetation management field trip was co-sponsored by CRAFTS and the Weyerhaeuser Company for the Cooperative membership. and herbaceous plants to these treatments also are determined. Coast Range Competition Release Study In 1987 the Coast Range competition release study will complete the fifth year since application of treatments.

Competing vegetation and forest health were selected as the first subject areas on which to focus effort. In general, no areas in the Cariboo Forest Region require treatment of the dry shrub complex. However, backlog sites that have not been managed for many years may require some treatment. Commonly Occurring Species.