Basal bark treatments prove effective year-round
Low-volume basal bark treatments are an effective tool in vegetation managers’ toolboxes for controlling woody plants, especially when working in and around sensitive sites. These treatments also can be applied anytime, including during winter months.
Video tutorial: low-volume basal application techniques
Low-volume basal treatments use a low rate of herbicide to control woody plants with stems less than 6 inches in diameter. These treatments are highly efficient for treating long stretches of low-density brush on rights-of-way with fewer sprayer fill-ups.
Invasive Watch on privet
Privet is a semi-evergreen to evergreen, thicket-forming shrub that typically grows to about 30 feet tall and colonizes by root-sprouting and abundant seed production. Learn how to identify and treat this invasive woody plant.
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