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Control of Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia): effects of carrier volume on toxicity and distribution of triclopyr



Control of Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia): effects of carrier volume on toxicity and distribution of triclopyr



Weed Technology 2(1): 31-35



The butoxyethyl (BE) ester of triclopyr was more effective than either the triethylamine salt formulation or an equivalent combined rate of the BE esters of triclopyr + 2,4-D (1:2 w/w) for the control of P. quinquefolia. Carrier vol. did not affect riclopyr absorption and distribution, but control was generally greater with high-vol. application (281 litres/ha) because the dense P. quinquefolia canopy was thoroughly penetrated.

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