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ForestConnect - Using Herbicides to Manage Vegetation in Hardwood Forestry
Forestry labeled herbicides are a low risk, economical, and effective means of controlling undesirable vegetation in hardwood forest management. They can be used are used for achieving many objectives including: establishing desirable regeneration, increasing tree growth and timber production, creating and enhancing wildlife habitat, and controlling non-native/invasive plants. This training will highlight forestry herbicide application methods, products, and treatment guidelines for controlling competing and invasive vegetation. Presented by Dave Jackson, Penn State University Cooperative Extension.
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Dave Jackson
Forestry Extension Specialist @Penn State University Cooperative Extension Dave is currently a Forest Resources Educator for Penn State Extension covering a multi-county area throughout central Pennsylvania. Dave has been with Penn State in his current position since January 2002. His primary responsibilities are to deliver educational programs to private forest landowners, youth, and natural resource professionals. Dave earned his Bachelor of Science degree from The College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse, New York in 1988 in the fields of forest resource management and forest biology. He completed a Master of Forest Resources degree at The Pennsylvania State University in August 2007. Dave’s master’s work focused on creating educational material on the use of herbicides in managing forest vegetation.