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Effects of imazethapyr and pendimethalin on lentil (Lens culinaris), pea (Pisum sativum), and a subsequent winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) crop



Effects of imazethapyr and pendimethalin on lentil (Lens culinaris), pea (Pisum sativum), and a subsequent winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) crop



Weed Technology 15(1): 190-194



Lentil and pea are two important crops grown in rotation with winter wheat in the Palouse region of Idaho and Washington. Imazethapyr plus pendimethalin often is used to control weeds in lentil and pea, but the effects of these herbicides on these crops and the subsequently planted winter wheat crop are not well known. The component and combined effects of several rates of imazethapyr and pendimethalin on growth and yield of lentil and pea and the subsequently planted winter wheat crop were measured in 1997 and 1998 field experiments. No herbicide treatment reduced lentil or pea biomass or seed yield compared with the untreated control. Wheat biomass was reduced 35 to 51%, and grain yield was reduced 11 to 17% in all plots treated with 2.240 g/ha pendimethalin at the lentil hilltop site. Imazethapyr at 106 g/ha plus 1,120 g/ha pendimethalin also reduced wheat biomass 24% at the lentil hilltop site. Wheat was not injured at other sites or by other treatments at the lentil hilltop site.

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Accession: 066164943

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DOI: 10.1614/0890-037X(2001)015[0190:EOIAPO]2.0.CO;2


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