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The effect of siduron on crabgrass and goosegrass control and the establishment of five warm-season and three cool-season turf grasses



The effect of siduron on crabgrass and goosegrass control and the establishment of five warm-season and three cool-season turf grasses



Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 150-4. Bibl. 11



In trials in spring-sown turf on a Cecil clay loam during 1964 and '65, pre-em. application of siduron at 4, 6 and 8 pounds per acre gave good control of crabgrass (Digitaria sanguinalis), particularly at the higher rates, but was relatively ineffective against goose-grass (Eleusine indica).

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