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Uptake, translocation, metabolism and selectivity of glyphosate in Canada thistle and leafy spurge
Summary: The uptake, translocation and metabolism of glyphosate [N-(phosphonomethyl) glycine] by Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense (L.) Scop.) (susceptible) and leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula (L.))Expand
Influence of the Relative Time of Emergence of Wild Oat (Avena fatua) on Yield Loss of Barley (Hordeum vulgare) and Wheat (Triticum aestivum)1
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Multiple regression analysis of data from field experiments conducted in Alberta between 1972 and 1983 indicated that there was a significant relation- ship between yield loss of barley and wheat and relative time of emergence of wild oat andWild oat density. Expand
AN APPROACH TO ESTIMATING YIELD LOSS OF BARLEY DUE TO CANADA THISTLE
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Experiments were conducted to determine if a relationship exists between yield loss of barley and various indicators of Canada thistle density and the results probably provides a more accurate estimate of barley yield loss at low levels of CanadaThistle infestation. Expand
Interaction between glyphosate and various herbicides for broadleaved weed control
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The results suggest that the reduction in glyphosate phytotoxicity caused by tank mixing with herbicides such as 2,4-D, bromoxynil and dicamba may be due to a physical or chemical incompatability within the tank mixture rather than to a biological interaction in the plant. Expand
Soil temperature, moisture and penetrometer resistance under zero and conventional tillage in central Alberta☆
Abstract A 5-year study of zero vs. conventional tillage was conducted at Lacombe, Joffre, Blackfalds and Crestomere in central Alberta. After a 5-year period, soil temperature and percent moistureExpand
An economic comparison of barley production under zero and conventional tillage
Abstract Zero tillage consistently resulted in reduced costs associated with equipment operations, in reduced barley yields, and in higher herbicide costs at all 4 locations. Summation of these majorExpand
Differential tolerance of two barley cultivars to metribuzin
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Klondike was more susceptible than Summit, although both displayed varying amounts of injury depending on environmental conditions, and the magnitude of the light/dark regime response was greater for Klondike than for Summit. Expand
INFLUENCE OF NON-IONIC SURFACTANTS, AMMONIUM SULPHATE, WATER QUALITY AND SPRAY VOLUME ON THE PHYTOTOXICITY OF GLYPHOSATE
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Glyphosate was less phytotoxic to barley when applied in tap water compared to distilled water and this reduction was more evident in tap than in distilled water. Expand
RESPONSE OF VARIOUS BROAD-LEAVED WEEDS, AND TOLERANCE OF CEREALS, TO SOIL AND FOLIAR APPLICATIONS OF DPX-4189
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With foliar applications, herbicidal activity on a variety of annual broad-leaved weed species was reduced with application at later (four to eight) versus earlier (two to four) leaf stages, and at equivalent dosages, foliar Applications were more effective than soil applications in the year of application. Expand
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