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Chemical control of brush: Field experiments in eradication of range brush by chemical treatment promising but more work needed

Authors

P. S. Pattengale
M. D. Miller

Authors Affiliations

P. S. Pattengale is Farm Advisor, San Benito County; M. D. Miller, Farm Advisor, Glenn County, was Extension Specialist in Agronomy, Davis, at the time the studies reported here were conducted with the co-operation of J. J. McNamara, Reuben Albaugh, R. A. Brendler, and F. W. Dorman of the University of California Agricultural Extension Service.

Publication Information

Hilgardia 4(7):3-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v004n07p3. July 1950.

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Abstract

The economics of chemical control of range brush revolve around the price of effective chemicals, the cost of application, and the relative value of the land after the brush has been killed and removed.

Pattengale P, Miller M. 1950. Chemical control of brush: Field experiments in eradication of range brush by chemical treatment promising but more work needed. Hilgardia 4(7):3-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v004n07p3
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