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Web URL(s):http://www.ncwss.org/proceed/2009/Abstracts/130.pdf
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Author(s):Turner, Ronnie G.; Pitts, Jerry R.; Ganske, Donald D.; Hidalgo, Edison; Claus, Jon S.
Author Affiliation:Turner: Product Development Manager; Pitts and Ganske: Field Development Rep, DuPont Land Management, Memphis, TN; Hidalgo: Research Scientist; Claus: Global Development Manager, DuPont Stine-Haskel Research Center, Newark, DE
Title:Aminocyclopyrachlor blend products for vegetation management on railroad and utility sites
Section:Invasive weeds and rangeland
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Meeting Info.:Kansas City, Missouri: December 7-10, 2009
Source:2009 North Central Weed Science Society Proceedings. Vol. 64, 2009, p. 130.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Champaign, Illinois: North Central Weed Science Society
Related Web URL:http://www.ncwss.org/proceed/2009/invasiveweeds.html
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Aminocyclopyrachlor; Herbicide application; Herbicide efficacy; Herbicide evaluation; Sulfonylurea herbicides; Weed control
Business Name:DuPont
Abstract/Contents:"Vegetation management is essential for the safe and efficient operation of railroad switch yards, rail lines and electrical substation sites. In these types of bareground weed control situations, aminocyclopyrachlor and aminocylcopyrachlor plus DuPont sulfonylurea (SU) herbicides (developmental blend products) were evaluated in a number of sites across the United States in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Both preemergent and postemergent applications were made to small plot replicated trials using a CO2 back-pack sprayer. All sites were evaluated at a range of 30 to 360 days after treatment. In these trials, aminocyclopyrachlor at 2 to 4.5 ounces active per acre tank mixed with DuPont SU herbicides provided excellent control of many broadleaf weeds and grasses, such as, Russian thistle, kochia, pigweeds, marestail, Canada thistle, including weeds resistant to ALS inhibitors, triazines and glyphosate. Foliar applications of aminocyclopyrachlor or the aminocyclopyrachlor blend products plus a methylated seed oil adjuvant applied to encroaching brush or vine species at several of these sites provided control of trumpetcreeper, Virginia-creeper, ash, locust, multiflora rose, poison-ivy and common buckthorn. The results observed in these trials will help support registration and labeling efforts for aminocyclopyrachlor blended products in the railroad and electric utility weed management markets."
Language:English
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Turner, R. G., J. R. Pitts, D. D. Ganske, E. Hidalgo, and J. S. Claus. 2009. Aminocyclopyrachlor blend products for vegetation management on railroad and utility sites. Proc. North Cent. Weed Sci. Soc. 64:p. 130.
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