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Quinclorac (BAS 514) and its herbicide-combinations in transplanted rice in Japan

Quinclorac (BAS 514) and its herbicide-combinations in transplanted rice in Japan

Proceedings, 12th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference ( 1): 235-244

Country-wide field trials were conducted in 1983-88 to evaluate the use of 0.2-0.4 kg/ha quinclorac, alone or in combination with bentazone or sulfonylurea herbicides (cinosulfuron, bensulfuron or pyrazosulfuron) +or- pretilachlor or bromobutide, for the overall control of rice weeds. Quinclorac alone provided 86-100% control of 1-3.5-leaf stage Echinochloa crus-galli and was moderately effective against young plants of Oenanthe javanica and Monochoria vaginalis.

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