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Response of soybeans and weeds to MBR-12 325 alone and with bentazon and chloroxuron



Response of soybeans and weeds to MBR-12 325 alone and with bentazon and chloroxuron



Proceedings 29th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 103



MBR-12 325 (5-trifluoromethylsulphonylamino-2,4-acetoxylidide) at 0.125-0.5 lb/acre and chloroxuron and bentazone each at 0.25-1 lb alone or together in various mixtures were applied to soybeans at the 2- to 3-trifoliate leaf stage when weeds were 2-7 in high. Chloroxuron and MBR-12 325 plus or minus chloroxuron or bentazone caused leaf crinkling and stunting but bentazone by itself was well tolerated. No advantage in selectivity was evident with the mixtures.

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