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Soybean response to plant growth regulator herbicides is affected by other postemergence herbicides
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Investigation of off-target exposure of soybean to plant growth regulator (PGR) herbicides determined if simultaneous exposure to PGR herbicides and labeled soybean herbicides increase PGR injury and dicamba plus diflufenzopyr caused less injury and yield loss. Expand
Temperature effects on germination of nine Amaranthus species
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Germination of weed seed and time of emergence are greatly affected by temperature, and alternating temperature regimens increased total germination of all species, except Powell amaranth, which germinated similarly under both constant and alternating temperatures. Expand
A biotype of common waterhemp (Amaranthus rudis) resistant to triazine and ALS herbicides
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Resistance to atrazine and three ALS-inhibiting herbicides in this common waterhemp biotype was determined and regions of the genes encoding ALS and DI proteins were sequenced to determine the molecular basis for the resistances. Expand
ABSORPTION AND TRANSLOCATION OF GLUFOSINATE ON FOUR WEED SPECIES
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Differential absorption and translocation of 14C-glufosinate may be contributing factors to the differential sensitivity observed between weed species. Expand
Phytotoxic Response and Yield of Soybean (Glycine max) Varieties Treated with Sulfentrazone or Flumioxazin1
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Avoidance of sensitive varieties will reduce the potential for injury and yield reduction with sulfentrazone, and maybe flumioxazin. Expand
Interference of Four Annual Weeds in Corn (Zea mays)
Season- long interference of shattercane, giant foxtail, common cocklebur, and common lambsquarters in corn was evaluated in the field at weed densities from 0.4 to 13.1 plants or clumps/m of cornExpand
Glufosinate Efficacy on Annual Weeds Is Influenced by Rate and Growth Stage
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Control with glufosinate at 420 or 560 g/ha was most effective when applied at the 10-cm Weed height compared either to the 5- or 15-cm weed height, and common lambsquarters was the most tolerant species evaluated and was not consistently controlled acceptably. Expand
Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) cultivar tolerance to sulfentrazone
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It is suggested that cultivar selection may lower the risk of early season injury to soybean and potential yield reductions, and notable differences in tolerance to sulfentrazone across the cultivars were observed. Expand
Occurrence and Distribution of Aphis glycines on Soybeans in Illinois in 2000 and Its Potential Control
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By the end of the 2000 season, A. glycines was found in most states in the midwest, and coincidentally, it was reported for the first time in Australia (3). Expand
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