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Web URL(s):http://www.wsweedscience.org//wp-content/uploads/proceedings-archive/2013.pdf#page=22
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Author(s):Mayhew, Todd; Chamberlin, Joe; Fausey, Jason
Author Affiliation:Mayhew, Chamberlin and Fausey: Valent Professional Products; Mayhew: Gilbert, AZ; Chamberlin: Snellville, GA; Fausey: Fremont, OH
Title:Review of flumioxazin use in dormant bermudagrass to control annual bluegrass, broadleaf winter annuals, crabgrass and goosegrass
Section:Weeds of horticultural crops
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Meeting Info.:San Diego, California: March 11-14, 2013
Source:Western Society of Weed Science Annual Meeting 2013. Vol. 66, 2013, p. 22.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Las Cruces, New Mexico: Western Society of Weed Science
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Application timing; Broadleaf weed control; Flumioxazin; Herbicide combinations; Herbicide evaluation; Research; Seasonal maintenance
Trade Names:Sureguard
Abstract/Contents:"In 2011, EPA granted registration for the use of flumioxazin to manage grass and broadleaf weeds in dormant bermudagrass turf. Field trials were established in Alabama, Arizona, California, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas to evaluate turf safety and efficacy of flumioxazin (commercial product name SureGuard Herbicide) in common and hybrid bermudagrass turf. Rates of 0.1875 to 0.375 lbai/A were evaluated from September through April. Turf tolerance was acceptable when applied to dormant or semi dormant bermudagrass. A flumioxazin application at any rate in September or April caused unacceptable discoloration of bermudagrass, but was temporary and turf recovered fully.. September application caused premature turfgrass dormancy, but not delay spring greenup. Application to fully dormant turf (December through February) did not cause any injury or delay in spring greenup. When applied in November or December at 0.3125 to 0.375 lbai/A, flumioxazin provided excellent, season long control of Poa annua and a broad spectrum of broadleaf winter annual weeds. January and February application provided lower Poa annua control compared to late fall application. Flumioxazin alone did not provide acceptable control of perennial broadleaf winter weeds, but a tank mix of flumioxazin + metsulfuron provided excellent control. When applied in February or early March 0.375 lbai/A, flumioxazin provided good to excellent preemergence control of crabgrass and goosegrass."
Language:English
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Mayhew, T., J. Chamberlin, and J. Fausey. 2013. Review of flumioxazin use in dormant bermudagrass to control annual bluegrass, broadleaf winter annuals, crabgrass and goosegrass. Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 66:p. 22.
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