EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Bermudagrass interference during a three-year sugarcane cycle. Part I


, : Bermudagrass interference during a three-year sugarcane cycle. Part I. Sugar Journal 58(10): 32-33

Field studies were conducted in Louisiana to assess the development and competitiveness of bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) over a three-year sugarcane 65-357 cycle. Soil cores (7.6 cm diam.) containing perennating bermudagrass were placed within the planted sugarcane drill of the 1.8-m wide raised beds in late February. In late July, above-ground bermudagrass biomass development in the plant-cane crop equalled 76 kg/ha.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 002763940

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Richard, E.P.Jr, 1996: Bermudagrass interference during a three-year sugarcane cycle. Part II. The results are presented and discussed of studies into the effects of bermudagrass [Cynodon dactylon] competition in sugarcane crops (cane, and first and second ratoons) on millable stalk counts and weight, juice quality, cane and sugar yields, a...

Richard, E.P.J.; Dalley, C.D., 2005: Bermudagrass interference in a three-year sugarcane production cycle. Three sugarcane cultivars (CP 65-357, CP 70-321 and CP 79-318) with different spring emergence patterns and stalk populations at harvest were planted in Louisiana (USA) fields infested with bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) to determine the effects...

Richard, E.P.J.; Millhollon, R.W., 1985: Bermudagrass interference in sugarcane. Sugarcane was planted in autumn 1980-81 and 20 cmsuperscript 2 plugs of Cynodon dactylon were planted on the uncultivated portion of raised 1.8 m sugarcane beds in late Feb. C. dactylon was removed on 15 June and July in the 1st and 2nd ratoon cro...

Richard, E., P.J.; Dalley, C., D., 2007: Sugarcane response to bermudagrass interference. The competitiveness of three phenotypically different sugarcane cultivars with bermudagrass was determined in field trials. In trial one, bermudagrass biomass was 22% less in CP 70-321 than in HoCP 85-845 in the plant-cane crop, but biomass was 13...

Richard, E.P.Jr, 1993: Preemergence herbicide effects on bermudagrass interference in sugarcane. The effect of annual spring PRE applications of fenac, metribuzin, and terbacil on the competitiveness of sugarcane with bermudagrass during a 3-yr crop cycle was evaluated. For each herbicide treatment, bermudagrass was allowed to interfere with...

Richard, E.P.Jr, 1993: Preemergence herbicide effects on bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) interference in sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrids). The effect of annual pre-em. spring applications of fenac [chlorfenac] (3.4 kg/ha), metribuzin (2.7 kg) and terbacil (2.1 kg) on the competitiveness of sugarcane cv. CP 65-357 with bermudagrass was evaluated on silt loam during a 3-year crop cycle...

Anonymous, 1963: Sugar accumulation cycle in sugarcane III Physical and metabolic aspects of the cycle in sugarcane storage tissue

Anonymous, 2011: Competitive ability of sugarcane Saccharum officinarumL cultivars to weed interference in sugarcane plantations of Ethiopia. The competitiveness of sprawling (3 5 leaf angle), intermediate (5 7 leaf angle) and erect (7 9 leaf angle) sugarcane cultivars ( B41227 , B52298 and NCo334 ) was studied for two cropping seasons under , 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 weed-free weeks after plant...

Matsuoka S.; Sordi R.A.; Piccolo C.R.D.; Tokeshi H., 1985: The interference of the phenomenon of recovery in the screening of sugarcane saccharum spp seedlings for resistance to sugarcane mosaic virus. A study was carried out to evaluate to what extent the phenomenon of seedling recovery from sugarcane mosaic virus might interfere in the early scrrening method. Infected seedling from routinely inoculated batches of two subsequent years were set...

Reeves, S.A.Jr, 1976: Control of bermudagrass in sugarcane. Herbicides were applied at the end of January 1975 to the first ratoon crop of the sugar-cane cv. CP-52-68 grown on a site previously down to a Bermuda grass [Cynodon dactylon] pasture. Dalapon at 6, 9 and 12 lb/acre gave good control of C. dactyl...