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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Fumigation Practices in Oregon Ornamental Plant Nurseries
Richard Regan
1996: Salem, OR
Fumigation is a pest management component of nursery crop production. The upcoming phase out of methyl bromide will impact the industry. Methyl bromide is used for field soil preparation, potting media treatment, container sanitation, and treating living plants. For the most part, alternative materials and/or practices are available to nursery managers. The following information presented in this paper was complied from informal interviews with many of the ornamental plant nurseries in western Oregon in the spring of 1996.

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