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Review of and observations on current methods of bracken control in forestry

, : Review of and observations on current methods of bracken control in forestry. Proceedings of the 28th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 43-48

Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum var. esculentum) is the most widespread weed affecting forestry in New Zealand. Fire, cultivation and selective and non-selective herbicides are the main weapons used in its control. Appropriate timing of site preparation burns in relation to bracken growth stage and supplementary cultivation or chemical treatments may make a significant contribution to long-term control. Many chemicals can provide adequate but unpredictable control.


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