Weed control in sugar beet with single and split applications of herbicides

Eddowes, M.

Journal of Agricultural Science, UK. 77(2): 247-252

1971


DOI: 10.1017/s0021859600024382
Accession: 014806820

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Abstract
In field trials in 1967-9 on light-medium sandy loam soils, a pre-emergence application of a soil-acting residual herbicide (lenacil or pyrazon at 0.9 or 2.24 kg/ha, respectively) followed by 1.12 kg phenmedi-pham/ha post-emergence, gave very good weed control and enabled sugar beet to be established and grown at least until mid-June in a near weed-free environment.