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Applying sprays to tall trees by ground-operated methods


, : Applying sprays to tall trees by ground-operated methods. For. Commis. Res. Dev. Pap, 73: 11. bibl. 1

Comparative trials are reported on a knapsack mist-blower operated from a hydraulic platform, a mist-blower operated at ground level and sprinkler systems either attached to individual trees or mounted on a telescopic mast.

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