Aerial spray applications on Canadian forests: 1945-1990
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Aerial spray applications on Canadian forests: 1945-1990 by Canada. Environment Canada. Canadian Forestry Service. Science and Sustainable Development Directorate.

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Published by Environment Canada., Canadian Forestry Service., Science and Sustainable Development Directorate in Ottawa .
Written in English


  • Aerial spraying and dusting in forestry -- Canada.,
  • Forest insects -- Control -- Canada.,
  • Insecticides -- Canada.

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StatementC.A. Cook.
ContributionsCook, C.A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22109192M
ISBN 100662198581

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