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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Article Title

A herbicide for native poison plants

Keywords

Poisonous plants, Herbicide

First Page Number

64

Abstract

The usual method of killing poison plants is by a programme of ploughing, cropping and burning.

Areas which cannot be handled by cropping and burning, such as rocky outcrops and along fence lines, can be controlled by spraying with a solution containing 2,4,5-T.

A difficulty with this type of spraying is to be able to distinguish which plants have been treated.

Erratum

Found in previous article . A cheaper herbicide for wild oats Geoffrey A. Pearce Vol 12 No 3 Page No 63

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