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Control of yellow nutsedge in woody ornamentals


Research Report Series, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University (5): 26-27
Control of yellow nutsedge in woody ornamentals
Of the herbicides evaluated for the control of Cyperus esculentus in liners of Liriope sp., Rhododendron sp., Buxus sp. and Myrtus sp., pre-plant incorporated and pre-em. treatments of 0.5 and 0.75 oz a.i. Classic acre were well tolerated by the ornamentals, while rates of 0.75 and 1 oz provided excellent weed control.


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