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Herbicides for the control of weeds in warm season forage grasses



Herbicides for the control of weeds in warm season forage grasses



Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol. 30): 46



Little bluestem (Andropogon scoparius), big bluestem (A. gerardi) and Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans) showed variable response to the herbicides tested but atrazine, propazine, alachlor and propachlor at 1 and 2 lb/acre appeared to be tolerated. Atrazine and propazine increased the stand and vigour of Caucasian bluestem (Andropogon caucasicus) and switchgrass (Panicum virgatum).

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