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Proline registered for use in forest nurseries
Updated fomesafen labels for AL, AR, GA, MS, NC, SC
UN approved Methyl Bromide CUE for forest nurseries
Submitted a Methyl Bromide CUE to EPA.
Formed a “Methyl Bromide Task Force”
Clopyralid registered for use in forest nurseries.
Hosted an International Symposium on Nursery by Silviculture Interactions.
First to observe crystals on roots of loblolly pine seedlings.
First to warn against washing roots of loblolly pine seedlings.
Recommend forest nurseries use chloropicrin as an alternative to methyl bromide.
Supported fomesafen registration in Arkansas, North Carolina, and Texas.
Supported fomesafen registration to control nutsedge in Alabama.
Prodiamine registered for use in forest nurseries.
First to recommend not using DCPA in forest nurseries (due to groundwater).
Coined the term "December dip".
Lactofen registered for postemergence use in forest nurseries.
First to identify Lygus as the cause of "bushy-topped" loblolly pine.
Hosted an International Symposium on Nursery Management.
First to test fomesafen in southern pine seedbeds.
Sethoxydim registered to control grasses in forest nurseries.
Metalaxyl registered for controlling damping off in nurseries.
Triadimefon registered for pines in AL, AR, GA, LA, NC and SC.
Perfluidone registered as a nutsedge herbicide for nurseries in Mississippi.
Oxyfluorfen registered as a herbicide in conifer seedbeds.
Thiram registered as a seed treatment in Alabama.
Nitrofen herbicide registered in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Granular oxadiazon registered for use in forest nurseries.
Bifenox herbicide registered for use in pine seedbeds
First in the world to test oxyfluorfen in pine seedbeds.
Diphenamid herbicide registered for use in loblolly and slash pine seedbeds.
Last Updated: September 4, 2014