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Author(s):Alms, Jill K.; Moechnig, Mike J.; Vos, Dave A.; Deneke, Darrell L.
Author Affiliation:South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD
Title:Yellow toadflax control with fall herbicide applications
Section:Project 1: Weeds of range and natural areas
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Meeting Info.:Reno, Nevada: March 12-15, 2012
Source:Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science:Western Society of Weed Science Annual Meeting 2012. Vol. 65, 2012, p. 23-24.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Newark, California: Western Society of Weed Science
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Aminocyclopyrachlor; Application rates; Application timing; Herbicide evaluation; Linaria vulgaris; Weed control
Trade Names:DPX-MAT28
Abstract/Contents:"Yellow toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) has become a troublesomeinvasive weed in pastures, roadsides, and turf throughout eastern South Dakota and in the Black Hills in western SD. Picloram and chlorsulfuron are currently registered for yellow toadflax control. Aminocyclopyrachlor has been effective in several previous studies. Therefore, the objective of these studies was to identify the optimal aminocyclopyrachlor rate and herbicide application timing for yellow toadflax control. Dose response trials were established in 2009 and 2010 and were evaluated one to two years after application. Results from these trials indicated that the minimum aminocyclopyrachlor rate to consistantly achieve at least 85% control for two years after application. In another study, aminocyclopyrachlor (175 g ae/ha), picloram (560g ae/ha), and chlorsulfuron (65 g ai/ha) were applied in August, September, or October 2010 and yellow toadflax control was evaluated in August, 2011. Picloram resulted in 15-80% control and was most effective if applied in Sept. or Oct. whereas chlorsulfuron resulted in 15-28% control and was most effective if applied in Sept. Picloram + chlorsulfuron was more effective than either product applied alone (53 - 84% control) and was most effective if applied in Sept. or Oct. Aminocyclopyrachlor was the most effective herbicide resulting in greater than 97% control regardless of application date. Therefore, results from this study demonstrated that aminocyclopyrachlor may be more efective on yellow toadflax than picloram or chlorsulfuron and may be less affected by application timing in fall."
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Alms, J. K., M. J. Moechnig, D. A. Vos, and D. L. Deneke. 2012. Yellow toadflax control with fall herbicide applications. Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 65:p. 23-24.
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