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efficacy data distribution), with the majority being sampled in regions with high maize production and high need for weed control. But some samples should also be collected in areas with low need for weed control. If there are areas known in which resistance to other active substances has been noticed, such regions should also be sampled. Crop Efficacy and Weed Control Evaluation of a New Crop Efficacy and Weed Control Evaluation of a New Herbicide for Sensitive Herbaceous Ornamental Crops by John R. Penney III A thesis submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Auburn University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science Auburn, Alabama December 15, 2018
Feb 16, 2021 · February 16, 2021. Crops. Atrazine, first registered for use in 1958, has been a mainstay ingredient in weed control, with more than 300 products that contain the herbicide. But an ongoing biological evaluation (BE) of atrazine by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency threatens to end the products 63-year run. EVALUATION OF FOMESAFEN (REFLEX ) HERBICIDE FOR Evaluation of Fomesafen (Reflex®) Herbicide for Crop Safety and Weed Control in Onions 99 plants in the two center rows of each plot. The entire study area was sprayed with sethoxydim at 0.28 lb ai/acre (Poast® at 1.5 pt/acre) plus a crop oil concentrate at 2 pt/acre on May 19 to control grassy weeds.
Evaluation of Fomesafen (Reflex®) Herbicide for Crop Safety and Weed Control in Onions 99 plants in the two center rows of each plot. The entire study area was sprayed with sethoxydim at 0.28 lb ai/acre (Poast® at 1.5 pt/acre) plus a crop oil concentrate at 2 pt/acre on May 19 to control grassy weeds. Evaluation of Weed Control and Crop Safety with Weed Technology 2008 22:493-498 Evaluation of Weed Control and Crop Safety with Herbicides in Open Field Tree Nurseries Bradley D. Hanson and Sally A. Schneider* Open field production of fruit and nut-tree nursery stock depends upon preplant soil fumigation, extensive tillage, and hand-labor throughout the growing season for adequate weed control.
The specific objectives of this study were to determine (1) weed control efficacy of several PRE and POST herbicide treatments in a stone-fruit tree field nursery, (2) the impact of the herbicide treatments on crop establishment, and (3) the effect of treatments on the health, vigor, and productivity of the crop. Evaluation of weed control efficacy and crop safety of the The weed control efficacy (60 and 120 g a.i. ha-1) experiment showed that QYR301 exhibited high efficacy against many weeds, especially weeds infesting paddy fields. Furthermore, it is interesting that both susceptible and multiple herbicide resistant Echinochloa crus-galli (L.) Beauv. and Echinochloa phyllopogon (Stapf) Koss, two notorious
The efficacy evaluation of herbicides involves a program of trials that assess weed control, selectivity and safety to the tree crop. This does not require the complete elimination of weeds, but rather the management of competitive weed infestations. Safety of Bicyclopyrone on Several Vegetable Crops and Aug 01, 2018 · Weed control in vegetable production is especially challenging, because few registered herbicides simultaneously offer excellent crop tolerance and broad-spectrum weed control. We report here the response of several vegetables and weeds to 37.5 and 50 g ai ha-1 of the new herbicide bicyclopyrone (BCP). Vegetable crops showed good tolerance to BCP PRE and post-directed (POST
weed control efficacy for as long as the previous maximum label rates. However, with effective tankmix partners or sequential treatments, excellent weed control and better resistance management is obtainable. A series of experiments were conducted in almond and other tree crops to evaluate an experimental residual herbicide coded SP1171 (Tables Weed Control Reports Wheat & Small Grains Evaluation of Talinor TM in tank mix combinations with N sources for crop safety and common lambs and mayweed cham control in SW; Herbicide efficacy and crop safety of Affinity ® BroadSpec and Aim EC for broadleaf weed control in spring wheat; Italian ryegrass management with pyroxasulfone and sulfosulfuron in spring wheat
The Weed Science program at WSU Mount Vernon endeavors to. develop, coordinate, and deliver extension and formal education programs to improve the understanding of weed science principles in Washington; provide leadership in the evaluation of herbicides and other weed control techniques for efficacy and crop safety in minor crops (seed crops Evaluation of weed control efficacy and crop safety of the May 01, 2018 · QYR301, 1,3-Dimethyl-1H-pyrazole-4-carboxylic acid 4-[2-chloro-3-(3,5-dimethyl-pyrazol-1-ylmethyl)-4-methanesulfonyl-benzoyl]-2,5-dimethyl-2H-pyrazol-3-yl ester, is a novel HPPD-inhibiting herbicide and was evaluated to provide a reference for post-emergence (POST) application under greenhouse and field conditions. The crop safety (180 and 360 g active ingredient (a.i.) ha<SUP>