Burning trials in shrubby vegetation desiccated with herbicides
Jay Russell Bentley, C. Eugene Conrad, Harry E. Schimke, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Berkeley, Calif.), United States. Forest Service
Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1971 - Nature - 9 pages
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1/2-inch diameter 18 Sprayed Nov 4-acre plots acre of litter Aerial application amount of small average spacing Brush burning index brushfield burned on June burning trials Center consumed desiccation treatment downwind line dry fuel dry weight electrical circuits estimated fire behavior fire spread fires burned firestorm Forest & Range four large plots fuel moisture fuels1 Large fuels fusees herbicide treatment ignition points ignition procedures Intense fires June 15 June 16 line 14 low burning index manzanita maximum flame miles per hour mix2 4 Nov moisture content Paraquat 4 June partially desiccated percent pesticides Plot 9 plots of crushed plots were burned quadrats Range Exp Relative humidity pet samples Shasta-Trinity National Forests small fires small fuels Small fuels1 Large small stems sprayed with paraquat squibs STANDING SHRUBS three plots tons per acre U.S. Weather Bureau unsprayed upright dead upright shrubs upright vegetation weather conditions weight per acre woody material woody vegetation