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Control of avena fatua and fagopyrum tataricum with tank mixtures of linuron or linuron plus 2 methyl 4 chlorophenoxy acetic acid and sequential applications of linuron and post emergence avena fatua herbicides


Control of avena fatua and fagopyrum tataricum with tank mixtures of linuron or linuron plus 2 methyl 4 chlorophenoxy acetic acid and sequential applications of linuron and post emergence avena fatua herbicides



Weed Research 21(5): 211-218



ISSN/ISBN: 0043-1737

Linuron (0.21 and 0.28 kg/ha) and linuron + MCPA [2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid] (0.21 + 0.56 kg/ha) in a tank mixture with field rates of barban, difenzoquat and flamprop-methyl reduced the phytotoxicity of these herbicides to A. fatua. When linuron was applied immediately following or 6 days after the A. fatua herbicides no reduction in phytotoxicity to A. fatua occurred, suggesting that the antagonism may occur as a result of physical or chemical incompatability when the herbicides are mixed. The possibility of obtaining broad-spectrum weed control with 1 trip over the field by applying linuron and one of these wild oat herbicides separately but at the same time using a double-boom, double-tank system deserves evaluation. When linuron was applied in a tank mixture (0.21 and 0.28 kg/ha), immediately after or 6 days after diclofop-methyl (0.70 kg/ha), there was no reduction of A. fatua control, and wheat [Tritium aestivum] tolerance to the tank mixture was good. This tank mixture offers potential for control under field conditions of A. fatua and some broad-leaved weeds in 1 spray operation. Linuron + MCPA (0.21 + 0.56 kg/ha) in a tank mixture severely reduced A. fatua control with diclofop-methyl. No loss of phytotoxicity to F. tataricum occurred when the A. fatua herbicides tested were tank mixed with linuron or linuron + MCPA.

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