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Control of wild southern dewberries (Rubus trivialis) in blueberry orchards with glyphosate and SC-0224

Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 38th annual meeting: 122

Control of wild southern dewberries (Rubus trivialis) in blueberry orchards with glyphosate and SC-0224

In Dec. 1983 1.5 or 3.0 lb glyphosate/ha and in April 1984 2-4 lb glyphosate and SC-0224 (trimethylsulphonium carboxymethylaminomethyl phosphonate)/ha or the latter at 0.5, 1.0 or 2.0% v/v was applied as a post-planting, directed spray to R. trivialis in blueberry orchards. After Dec. application, 1.5 lb glyphosate gave 60% control of R. trivialis 30 days after application and 40% control 120 days after application. 3 lb glyphosate gave 100% control at 30 and 100 days after application.

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