Simultaneous control of annual grasses and broad-leaved weeds in winter cereals. Sequential treatments compared with early spring applications of grass killers on heavy soil under maritime conditions

Himme, M. van; Stryckers, J.; Bulcke, R.

Himme, M van; Stryckers, J; Bulcke, R Review of results obtained in the cropping year 1980-1981 by the Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek Bespreking van de resultaten bereikt door het Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek tijdens het teeltjaar 1980-1981: 20-21

1982


Accession: 000980453

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Abstract
On a light clay soil, rich in OM, methabenzthiazuron at 4 kg/ha controlled Alopecurus myosuroides well in winter wheat and the control was maintained by sequential applications of chlortoluron at 1.375 kg/ha or isoproturon at 1.125. With single applications isoproturon at 2.25 kg/ha or 2 kg + dinoterb dimethyl amine at 1.81 kg/ha or + ioxynil-sodium at 0.415 kg + mecoprop-sodium at 0.974 kg/ha gave outstandingly good control of A. myosuroides. Best control of Galium aparine was obtained with metoxuron w.p. at 5 kg/ha and this led to the highest wheat yields.