2 edition of A new selective spray for the control of certain weeds found in the catalog.
|Statement||W.A. Westgate and R.N. Raynor|
|Series||Bulletin (California Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 634.|
|Contributions||Raynor, Richard N. (Richard Neldon), 1909-1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
a selective weed killer for control of many broadleaf weeds and brush control in corn, small grains, soybean (preplant only) and other listed crops and in non-crop areas such as fence rows, lawns, pastures, rangelands and rights-of-way. active ingredient. WEED CONTROL Selective spray units help war on weeds KATHERINE MAITLAND S elective weed spraying units such as the WEEDit and the WeedSeeker are proving effective for two Riverland farmers. The WEEDit machine is a Dutch-designed selective weed-spraying unit that uses a combination of sensors and solenoid drivers. The WeedSeeker uses opto-electric.
- 2,4-D synthesized providing selective control of certain broadleaf weeds in grass crops. - Selectivity and use of 2,4-D postemergence in turf was reported (Marth and Mitchell in U.S.) - dandelion and plaintain and other broadleaf weeds - Principle of preemergence selective weed control was established (Templeman in England)File Size: 92KB. Selective herbicides only kill a certain type of plant, while not harming others. For example, Fusilade selectively controls grasses, but will not harm most broadleaf plants. This and similar products (Table 1) are commonly used to eradicate grasses from nursery crops because of their demonstrated safety when sprayed directly over the top of.
The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Control of certain ditchbank weeds on irrigation systems / A new selective spray for the control of certain weeds / View Metadata. By: Westgate, W. A. (Warren Adelbert. Natural ways to kill weeds The most environmentally friendly way to get rid of weeds is to pull them up, dig out the roots, let them dry in the sun, and then add them to a compost or mulch pile.
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New selective spray for the control of certain weeds. Berkeley, Cal.: Agricultural Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: W A Westgate; Richard N Raynor.
Sin ox, a preparation consisting of 30% Na dinitro-o-cresylate and 70% water, was tested as a selective spray for controlling broad-leaved annual weeds in cultures of cereal grains, flax, onions, corn, and peas, and in grass pastures and by: 2. Gabe Podcast Sakthi Monk Media Gentleman and Lady's Book of Politeness and Propriety of Deportment, A new selective spray for the control of certain weeds Item Preview remove-circle A new selective spray for the control of certain weeds by Westgate, W.
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A quick guide providing commonly used herbicides used in forest site preparation and release treatments. Tables are broken into (1) conifer site preparation, (2) hardwood plantation site preparation, (3) hardwood natural regeneration site preparation, (4) conifer early release, (5) early hardwood release, (6) cut surface herbicides used for intermediate or crop tree release.
Each table. LMOST complete control of many of the annual and some perennial weeds 1 1. found growing with certain crops has been demonstrated to be possible by a new selective spray method that is the outgrowth of 4 years of research work.
This method is effective in weed control and can be applied at costs that often make its use profitable. Selective herbicides for ornamentals can be used in garden beds and planters to control weeds without damaging your flowers, shrubs, trees, and other plants.
Selective herbicides control the weeds they are labeled for, so be sure to read the product label for controlled weeds and application rates. Selective post-emergent herbicides are formulated to only kill certain types of broadleaf weeds and weed grasses, without hurting common turf grasses such as bermudagrass and St.
Augustine grass. Always read the label first to make sure the product you choose. While they are still legal, their use is being phased out in the U.S.
They can be used only through December of They are used mainly to control sedges and some difficult to kill broadleaf weeds.
With good preparation you should not have many weeds to deal with in a new wild flower area, however should you be the owner of an old wild flower grassland which has had a ‘mixed past’ as regards management perhaps it has not been cut at all or has been annually cut with the cuttings being left to rot in the field, then weed issues can arise.
POSTEMERGENCE CONTROL OF CERTAIN NOXIOUS AND BROADLEAF WEEDS IN HOPS - WASHINGTON General Information Product Information Stinger herbicide is a selective, postemergence herbicide for control of broadleaf weeds in apple, barley, oats and.
SERVIAN® 75WG is a selective early post-emergence herbicide for control of yellow nutsedge, purple nutsedges and certain broadleaf weeds in barley, wheat, maize and sugarcane. Best and only control of Nutsedges and Oxalis.
Selective on Barley, Wheat, maize and Sugarcane. Rate: 5gm/knapsack * use with an adjuvant. SELECTIVITY OF HERBICIDES SELECTIVITY OF HERBICIDES A. Crafts All these plants are thoroughly wet by the spray, which penetrates the carrot and celery plants, as evidenced by their oily flavor.
Evidently the selectivity shown between grasses and broad-leaved plants by the growth-regulating chemicals is of the same nature; it is displayed both by the salts of.
9 Reducing herbicide spray drift 14 Using adjuvants with herbicides 16 Cleaning spray equipment 17 Withholding periods 19 Herbicide resistance 21 Control techniques using herbicides 25 Weeds with state priority biosecurity duties in NSW 27 Minor-use permits 29 Weed control in non-crop, aquatic and bushland situations.
New developments in mechanical and biological control of weeds increased steadily during the same period. However, weed control remained a relatively minor phase of agronomy, botany, horticulture, agricultural engineering, and plant physiology until the early ' by: Krovar I DF controls many annual weeds and, at the highest rates allowed by this label, it controls certain perennial weeds.
Product description Krovar I DF herbicide is a dispersible granule to be mixed in water and applied as a spray for selective control of weeds in citrus and for non-crop weed control/5(5).
profit, not just to control weeds. While it is true that crops are able to tolerate a certain threshold number of weeds without suffering a yield reduction, there are some weeds for which % control may be desirable because they are particularly competitive, persistent, or difficult to control.
Cultural And Mechanical (Non-chemical) Weed Control. the product label specifically says it will not control grasses, just broadleaf weeds and sedges " Basagran® herbicide is intended for selective postemergence control of. eveningprimrose and certain other broadleaf weeds control.
Methods of Application: Ground application with a boom sprayer. Frequency of Applications: Do not apply more than pints broadcast per acre per year. REI: 24 hours. GENERAL INFORMATION Linex® 4L is a flowable herbicide to be mixed in water and applied as a spray for selective.
•Nonselective weed control •Systemic ( days for control) •No Residual •Good for many perennial weeds (especially grasses) •Used before planting or as a directed spray between crop rows •Can cause injury so be very careful to keep it away from crop leaves.
Weed invasion is seen as one of the major threats to many of New Zealand's endangered native wetland plants.
The herbicides fluazifop, haloxyfop, clethodim, clopyralid, triclopyr, dicamba, dicamba.Essentially no chemical exists for selective control of emerged broadleaf weeds in ornamental plantings. You must treat existing broadleaf weeds with careful applications of non-selective products such as glyphosate, diquat or glufosinate.
A much better strategy is to use pre-emergence herbicides for control of annual weeds in landscape beds.Fiesta herbicide contains a proprietary chelated iron that, when applied to turf, acts as a selective postemergence herbicide against a wide spectrum of broadleaf weeds. Control is rapid with nearly percent burn down achieved often within 24 hours.
Note that this is a contact herbicide.