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Control of dock and creeping thistle in ryegrass and red fescue swards



Control of dock and creeping thistle in ryegrass and red fescue swards



Proceedings 1987 British Crop Protection Conference, Weeds (Vol.3): 743-750



Fluroxypyr (0.25-1 kg/ha) and metsulfuron methyl (3.75-15 g/ha) gave good control of Rumex obtusifolius when sprayed in Aug. With May application, neither herbicide produced as good control. Maximum effects were reached after 1 month with fluroxypyr and 2-3 months after spraying with metsulfuron methyl. Glufosinate applied in Aug. at a rate of 1.2 kg/ha gave prolonged control but caused up to 2 months' damage to Lolium perenne. There was little damage to L. perenne from fluroxypyr.

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