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Tolerance of kenaf to selected postemergence herbicides


Weed Technology 6(1): 125-128
Tolerance of kenaf to selected postemergence herbicides
In field trials conducted in 1989 and 1990, fifteen postemergence herbicides were tested for phytotoxicity to kenaf [Hibiscus cannabinus]. Clethodim (110 g ai ha-1), fluazifop (220 g ai ha-1), quizalofop (70 g ai ha-1), and sethoxydim (210 g ai ha-1) were not phytotoxic to kenaf in the cotyledonary stage. MSMA [monosodium salt of methylarsonic acid] (2.2 kg ha-1) was not phytotoxic to kenaf at the cotyledonary or 35-cm stage. All other herbicides applied postemergence to kenaf caused significant injury.


Accession: 002263587

DOI: 10.2307/3987176



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