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Author(s):Powell, A. J. Jr.; Witt, W. W.; Tapp, Linda D.
Title:Control of Wild Violets in Turf
Source:Kentucky Turfgrass Research. No. 313, 1987, p. 44-46.
Publishing Information:Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Viola; Herbicide timing; Herbicides; Herbicide combinations; Application rates
Abstract/Contents:Results of 2 tests evaluating herbicides used to control wild violets, one of the toughest to control lawn turf weeds in Kentucky. Test 1 presents data on herbicides used alone on five dates of application. Herbicides tested were: Turflon D, Turflon II, Garlon ester, Garlon amine, Trimec ester, and Trimec amine. Wild violet control ratings were taken June 26, 1987. May 22 only applications, and May 22 + Oct. 30 applications did not produce effective control for any of the herbicides tested, nor did Trimec amine in any combination of dates. Test 2 presents results on 14 herbicides applied alone and in combinations with other herbicides when applied on May 8 and evaluated on Sept. 10. Of the 31 treatments, Turflon D applied alone was the only herbicide to obtain 100% control of wild violets. Telar obtained nearly 100% control of yellow foxtail as well as some control (up to 77%) of wild violets.
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also 1985 report, R=8278. R=8278

See also 1986 report, R=19512. R=19512
Note:Tables
Geographic Terms:Kentucky
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Powell, A. J. Jr., W. W. Witt, and L. D. Tapp. 1987. Control of Wild Violets in Turf. KY. Turfgrass Res. 313:p. 44-46.
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