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Effect of carrier volume on toxicity of several postemergence herbicides

, : Effect of carrier volume on toxicity of several postemergence herbicides. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference: 133

Control of Setaria pumila in oat stubble with fluazifop-butyl or glyphosate was not affected by carrier vol. (23 to 374 l/ha.) With adequate moisture control of S. pumila with glyphosate + ammonium sulphate, HOE-00661 or SC 0224 (trimethylsulphonium carboxymethylaminoethyl phosphonate) was significantly better with low than with high carrier vol., but control with paraquat was significantly lower with the lowest carrier vol.

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