Webinar - Forestry Herbicides

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Webinar - Forestry Herbicides

Time: May 20, 2015 from 12pm to 8pm
Location: https://cornell.webex.com/cornell/onstage/g.php?MTID=e69afe255122082c4c5fadf8eb2e0d984
Event Type: webinar., live, at, noon, and, 7pm, for, an, hour, each, time.
Organized By: Peter Smallidge
Latest Activity: May 18, 2015

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Two webinars, one hour each. Noon and again at 7PM.

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Using forestry herbicides to control woody vegetation: a review of principles and recent research. Presented by David R. Jackson, Penn State Cooperative Extension.

May 20, 2015

 

Summary/Abstract - Forestry labeled herbicides are a low risk and effective means of controlling undesirable forest vegetation in northern hardwood forestry. They can be used for achieving many objectives including: establishing desirable regeneration, increasing tree growth and timber production, creating and enhancing wildlife habitat, and controlling non-native/invasive plants. This presentation will highlight forestry herbicide application methods, products, and treatment guidelines for controlling interfering vegetation as well as provide an update on a number of herbicide research projects that examined basal bark application rates, frill girdle control of black birch, and beech root sucker control.

 

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  3. On the webpage where the above link takes you, look for the option to “register” to receive your “registration id” number.  Note this page also includes the option to download resources related to this webinar (if available).
  4. Wait for the email that contains your personal “registration id” number (a couple minutes at most usually). 

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