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Comparison of Four Single-Stem Methods for Controlling Trembling Aspen

Author(s) or contact(s): S.D. Holmsen
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Vegetation Management
Series: FRDA Report
Other details:  Published 1990. Hardcopy is available.
 

Abstract

In 1989, four single-stem vegetation-control methods were used on trembling aspen overstory on two study sites at Prince George and Kelowna in British Columbia. The study compared cost and productivity of four treatments: Hack-and-squirt, GEL, CAP, EZJECT,, and girdling. The study also established permanent sample plots and collected baseline data for monitoring the efficacy of treatments and the effect of the treatments on understory plant communities.

FRDA Research Report 129 (4216 KB)

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