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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

herbicides

Subject: BRYONET: FW: pesticides and bryophytes
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2009 06:16:47 -0500
From: Buck, Bill <BBUCK@nybg.org>

Please respond directly to Paul Mistretta <pmistretta@fs.fed.us> as well
as to bryonet as he is not a member of BRYONET. Bill Buck

From: Paul Mistretta [mailto:pmistretta@fs.fed.us]=20
Sent: Friday, January 23, 2009 2:50 PM
To: Malcolm Hodges
Subject: pesticides and bryophytes

I am the Forest Service Region 8 pesticide use coordinator and while
teaching recently hit a subject area for which I had no information.
John Taylor recommended you as a source or at least a beginning point in
trying to run it down.=20

Specifically I was asked what the effects of aquatic (or terrestrial)
labeled herbicides were on nonvascular plants such as mosses, sphagnum.
Are you familiar with any research into non-target effects of herbicide
use on bryophytes and other nonvascular plants?? If you aren't familiar
with this the effects on this group (these groups) of plants do you know
where I might go next with this question?=20

Thanks!

Paul A. Mistretta
USDA Forest Service=20
Forest Health Protection , Rm 850s
1720 Peachtree Rd., NW
Atlanta, GA 30367

404-347-2229

e-mail: pmistretta@fs.fed.us
phone: 404-347-2229
fax: 404-347-1880

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