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Author(s):Molin, W. T.; Maricic, A. A.; Khan, R. A.; Peng-yam, Y.; Mancino, C. F.
Author Affiliation:Molin, Maricic & Khan: Associate Professor, Weed Science; Research Specialist, Turfgrass; Research Specialist, Weed Science; Plant Sciences Department, University of Arizona. Peng-yam: Visiting Scientist, Ministry of Horticulture, Malaysia. Mancino: Associate Professor, Turfgrass Science, Penn State University, University Park, PA.
Title:The effect of Manage (halosulfuron-methyl) on the growth and tuber viability of purple nutsedge
Section:Turfgrass research
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Source:1997 Turfgrass and Ornamentals Research Summary. 1997, p. 229-241.
# of Pages:13
Publishing Information:Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona
Abstract/Contents:"The effect of halosulfuron-methyl on the growth of purple nutsedge was compared to bentazon, glyphosate and imazaquin in greenhouse trials. Halosulfuron-methyl controlled nutsedge at 36, 54 and 72 g/ha but was not completely effective at 18 g/ha. Injury from halosulfuron-methyl was similar to glyphosate ad imazaquin. Halosulfuron-methyl inhibited leaf elongation an dry weight accumulation, and then the leaves became chlorotic and desiccated. Bentazon caused leaf chlorosis and desiccation by at 3 DAT whereas injury symptoms had not appeared with glyphosate, imazaquin or halosulfuron-methyl. Bentazon did not inhibit regrowth so in effect this treatment only temporarily controlled top growth. Glyphosate controlled the purple nutsedge at all rates tested. Imazaquin was less effective than glyphosate although at the higher rates it effectively controlled nutsedge equal to glyphosate. Except for bentazon, each of the herbicides killed rhizomes, tubers and developing shoots. In field tests against a mature stand of purple nutsedge in a bermudagrass turf, halosulfuron-methyl decreased tuber viability and nutsedge populations. However, tubers capable of forming new shoots were present suggesting that the tubers escaped treatment becase they were no longer attached by viable rhizomes to treated shoots."
Language:English
References:6
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Molin, W. T., A. A. Maricic, R. A. Khan, Y. Peng-yam, and C. F. Mancino. 1997. The effect of Manage (halosulfuron-methyl) on the growth and tuber viability of purple nutsedge. Turfgrass Landscape Urban IPM Res. Summ. p. 229-241.
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