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Author(s):Kamon, Yasuhiko; Matsuo, Shinichi
Author Affiliation:KGU Green Research Center, Japan
Title:Shibafu no jyosouzai yakugai ni taisuru kasseitan no kouka ni tuite
Translated Title:The effect of activated charcoal on herbicide injury of turfgrass
Article Series:Activated charoal on herbicide, Part 2
Section:Research article
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Source:Turf Research Bulletin [Kansai Golf Union Green SectionResearch Center] [Gurin Kenkyo Hokokushu]. Vol. 36, March 1979, p. 73-76.
# of Pages:4
Publishing Information:Takarazuka, Japan: Kansai Golf Union Green Section Research Center [Kansi Goruhu Renmei Gurin Kenkyujo]
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Activated charcoal; Herbicides; Herbicide injury; Preemergence herbicides; Sod; Simazine; Agrostis stolonifera; Growth; Soil mixtures; Decontamination; Zoysia; Comparisons
Cultivar Names:Penncross
Abstract/Contents:"Turfgrasses are taken occasionally [in the] preemergence [of] herbicide injury. If very much preemergence herbicide will be sprinkled through carelessness in turfgrass, topsoil include [includes] the much herbicide. As the herbicide can't take away with sod, the topsoil must be removed. Will new sodding turfgrass be protected from the remaining herbicide injury by detoxification of preemergence herbicide-treated soil with activated charcoal without removing topsoil?. This is a purpose of this experiment. Simazine are sprinkled 1.0g/300cc/mĀ² in beach sand, and activated charcoal are mixed 5cm in depth. Mixing level of activated charcoal are 0, 5, 10, 20 and 30% with volume percent. Root growth are [is] measured at one month after planting. Penncross bentgrass are treated with seeding, sprigging and sodding in this mixing soil. In the result, turfgrasses at non activated charcoal plot take a simagine [simazine] injury and dead all treated turfgrasses, but these of activated charcoal plots are good growing. Growth of penncross are good with 5%, 10% and 20% mixing soil. Bensulide are sprinked [sprinkled] 25.0cc/300cc/mĀ² in soil and mixing and measure methods are same to simazine. Zoysiagrass is used with sodding. The roots of zoysiagrass are no growth at 0% mixing soil, and 5% mixing soil are same to 0% soil. In 10% mixing soil the root growth are [is] poor and roots are short, thick and no root hair. So this turfgrass are weak to take root in the ground. But in 20% and 30% mixing soil turfgrasses are enough to take root in the ground, however these roots are more poor than no herbicide turfgrass. Activated charcoal in a plain fact to hasten detoxification of simazine- and bensulide-treated soil. This function will mean that activated charcoal make to lose the weeds control [controlled] by preemergence herbicides. This problem and activated periods of activated charcoal need to [be] examine [examined] in the feature [future]."
Language:Japanese
References:3
See Also:See also part 1, "Shibafu no josouzai yakugai nitaisuru kasseitan no kouka nitsuite [The effect of activated charoal on herbicide injury of turfgrass]", Vol. 35, September 1978, p. 76-78, R=79339 R=79339
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Kamon, Y., and S. Matsuo. 1979. Shibafu no jyosouzai yakugai ni taisuru kasseitan no kouka ni tuite. (In Japanese) Turf Res. Bull. 36:p. 73-76.
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