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Bermudagrass release on roadsides

Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 38th annual meeting: 358

Bermudagrass release on roadsides

Along Interstate 40 near Litte Rock and Conway, Arkansas, Oust Roundup or Arsenal were applied at different rates, dates and combinations to weed-infested Cynodon dactylon stands. Early application was more important than rate for weed control. Plots treated with 0.5 or 1.0 oz Oust/acre in Feb. or sequential applications of these rates in Feb-Apr., had 70-90% C. dactylon cover on 19 June compared with 10-40% for single applications in Apr., June or the Apr.-June sequential treatment.

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