Weed control in forest management

proceedings, 1981 John S. Wright Forestry Conference by John S. Wright Forestry Conference (1981 Feb. 3-5 Purdue University)

Publisher: Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementsponsored by the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, The Indiana Cooperative Extension Service, Purdue University Timber Management Research, Forest Service, USDA, and the Silvaculture Working Group, Society of American Foresters, February 3-5, 1981 ; edited by Harvey A. Holt, Burnell C. Fischer.
ContributionsHolt, Harvey A., Fischer, Burnell C., Purdue University. Dept. of Forestry and Natural Resources., Indiana Cooperative Extension Service.
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