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Control of speckled alder in lowbush blueberry with selective fall herbicide treatments


Canadian Journal of Plant Science 67(1): 369-372
Control of speckled alder in lowbush blueberry with selective fall herbicide treatments
The sensitivity of speckled alder (Alnus rugosa (DuRoi) Spreng.) and lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.) to growth regulator herbicides changed as foliage senesced and abscised. Selective control from spot-sprayed 2,4-D (0.2% wt/vol) occurred around 1 Oct.,; dicamba (0.1% wt/vol) from 15 Sept. to early October; and a 2,4-D + dicamba mixture from 1 Oct. to 1 Nov.


Accession: 001554760



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