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Author(s):Butler, Marvin D.; Campbell, Claudia K.
Author Affiliation:Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University, Madras, Oregon
Title:Performance of postemergence herbicides on eight native grass species grown for seed in central Oregon
Section:Weeds of range and forest
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Meeting Info.:Colorado Springs, Colorado: March 9-11, 2004
Source:Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science. Vol. 57, 2004, p. 8-9.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Newark, CA: Western Society of Weed Science
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Postemergence herbicides; Herbicide injury; Application rates
Abstract/Contents:"Herbicide screenings were conducted over two seasons on eight native grass species: great basin wildrye, bluebunch wheatgrass, streambank wheatgrass, big bluegrass, Idaho fescue, Indian ricegrass, squirreltail and prairie junegrass. Fall applications were made October 18 2000 and October 14 2001. These included 1x and 2x label rates of dicamba, dimethenamid, diuron, flufenacet+metribuzin, metribuzin, oryzalin, oxyfluorfen, primisulfuron, pronamide, sulfosulfuron, and terbacil. Treatments were applied to the same plots two years in a row to increase confidence related to crop safety. During 2002 treatments producing the most negative effect were 2x rates of terbacil at 1.2 lb ai/a and pronamide at 0.43 lb ai/a. Treatments with the least effect on both stand reduction and reduced heading across grass species were 1x rates of diuron at 1.4 lb ai/a, oxyfluorfen at 3.0 lb ai/a and metribuzin at 0.16 lb ai/a. Stand reduction across herbicide treatments was least for great basin wildrye, and was the greatest for prairie junegrass, squirreltail. The least herbicide impact on heading was observed with great basin wildrye and streambank wheatgrass, while it was most severe for squirreltail and prairie junegrass."
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Butler, M. D., and C. K. Campbell. 2004. Performance of postemergence herbicides on eight native grass species grown for seed in central Oregon. Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 57:p. 8-9.
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