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Response of prickly sida and soybeans to various herbicides

Response of prickly sida and soybeans to various herbicides

Weed Science 24(2): 202-204

Three pre-em. and 4 post-em. herbicides were compared for the control of Sida spinosa in soybeans and for soybean tolerance. Of the pre-em. treatments, chlorbromuron at 2.24 kg/ha provided better control of S. spinosa than linuron at 0.56 kg/ha which was consistently more effective than naptalam at 3.36 kg + dinoseb at 1.68 kg/ha. Chlorbromuron pre-em. caused slight crop injury. In most cases, pre-em. treatments followed by cultivation were effective in providing season-long control.

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DOI: 10.2307/4042587

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