1 edition of Fate of hexazinone in forest watersheds found in the catalog.
Fate of hexazinone in forest watersheds
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Region in Atlanta, Ga
Written in English
|Series||Forestry pesticides fact sheet -- no. 1, Forestry bulletin R8 -- FB/P 9, Technology update, Technology update (Atlanta, Ga.)|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service. Southern Region, United States. Forest Pest Management|
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Trends in pesticide concentrations for 15 streams in California, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho were determined for the organophosphate insecticides chlorpyrifos and diazinon and the herbicides atrazine, s-ethyl diproplythiocarbamate (EPTC), metolachlor, simazine, and by: national forest with wildlife habitat improvement as an objective. By the decade of the ’s, prescribed burning on the national forests averaged about , acres per year (Reibold ). During the ’s, the U. S. Forest Service cautiously began expanding prescribed burning on forests outside the longleaf pine region.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fate of hexazinone in forest watersheds. Atlanta, Ga.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Region, .
The objective of this study was to assess the environmental fate of terbuthylazine and hexazinone in a Recent Soil following an aerial post-plant herbicide application in. The use of forest herbicides are often perceived by the public to cause serious harm to the environment.
As a result, many public land managers consider herbicides as socially unacceptable and are hesitant to use these tools to protect forest health and to insure forest sustainability.
This project examines the risks & benefits of forest herbicide practices, as. Hexazinone (active ingredient) was aerially applied as a pellet (Velpar ULW) and as a liquid (Velpar L) to watersheds in the Piedmont of Alabama, U.S.A., at. Hexazinone (Velpar®) In most soils hexazinone is only weakly adsorbed and is thus highly mobile, existing primarily in the soil water column (U.S.
EPA ).Degradation of hexazinone in soils and sediments is mainly due to microbial metabolism and photodegradation (U.S. EPA ).The reported half-lives for hexazinone in soil in field studies range from 24 Cited by: Fate of hexazinone in forest watersheds.
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Herbicide use varies both spatially and temporally within managed forests. While information exists on the effects of herbicide use on water quality at the site and small catchment scale, little is known about the cumulative effects of herbicide use at the landscape scale.
A cumulative effects analysis was conducted in the upper Rangitaiki catchment (, ha) in New Cited by: 4. Aquatic fate of aerially applied hexazinone and terbuthylazine in a New Zealand planted forest.
Journal of Sustainable Watershed Science and Management. 2(1): Journal of Sustainable Watershed Science and Management.
2(1): Michael, J.L. Final Report: Fate of ARSENAL in forest watersheds after aerial application for forest weed control. USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, Auburn, AL, Google ScholarCited by: Forest managers contend that herbicides are critical for intensive forest management programs in North America (Wagner et al.) because they provide a cost-effective means of optimizing management outcomes (Walstad, Newton, and Gherstad ; Wigley et al.
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Atrazine is a herbicide of the triazine class. It is used to prevent pre-emergence broadleaf weeds in crops such as maize (corn) and sugarcane and on turf, such as golf courses and residential lawns.
Atrazine's primary manufacturer is Syngenta and it is one of the most widely used herbicides in US and Australian agriculture. As ofatrazine was the most commonly Chemical formula: C₈H₁₄ClN₅. Hexazinone application provides the added benefit of time efficiency to longleaf pine wiregrass restoration efforts.
In using fire alone, at least three biennial spring burns are required to significantly reduce oaks on sandhills sites (Glitzenstein et al., ). Many cycles of prescribed fire, over a period of several decades, may be required Cited by: Archived Publications. Applied Turfgrass Science (–) Crop Management (–) Forage & Grazinglands (–) Journal of Production Agriculture (–).
Private forest landowners with at least 10 acres of forest land and have a desire to manage their ownerships according to sustainable forestry guidelines can participate in Tree Farm. Benefits to Landowners. Tree Farmers are good stewards of their forestland committed to protecting watersheds and wildlife habitat and conserving Size: 16MB.
occurring in watersheds of the Upper Mississippi Valley. Temporally overlapping stratigraphic and historical instrumental records from southwestern Wisconsin and northwestern Illinois show how agricultural modification of a natural prairie and forest land cover affected the behavior of floods and sedimentation during the last two centuries.
Similar to what was observed, simulated flow, sediment, organic N, and P were significantly increased on clear-cut watersheds compared with the control watersheds. APEX reasonably simulated herbicide losses, with an EF of and R 2 of for imazapyr, and EF of and R 2 of for hexazinone based on annual values.
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