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Aminopyralid and Clopyralid Absorption and Translocation in Canada Thistle (Cirsium arvense)
TLDR
The results suggest that aminopyralid's chemical structure may provide for greater biological activity at the target site than clopyralids.
Rangeland Invasive Plant Management
TLDR
Using an herbicides treatment in the year following a prescribed burn gave far better control of yellow starthistle compared with an herbicide treatment followed by prescribed burning, and could increase the communities' resistance to reinvasion by other invasive plants.
Preemergent Control of Medusahead on California Annual Rangelands With Aminopyralid
TLDR
Aminopyralid has potential utility for suppressing medusahead, particularly in sites also infested with invasive members of the Asteraceae, however, the most effective rate (245 g · ha−1 ae) is registered for use only as a spot application.
Canada Thistle (Cirsium Arvense) Control with Aminopyralid in Range, Pasture, and Noncrop Areas
TLDR
Aminopyralid provided effective Canada thistle control at lower use rates than current commercial standards and might be useful in areas where herbicides such as picloram and clopyralids are not recommended for use.
A general growth stage key for describing trees and woody plants
TLDR
This BBCH scale represents a single, standardised growth stage key for describing the growth of needle-bearing and leaf-bearing woody plants and promotes the adoption of the use of BBCH scales more widely.
Russian Knapweed (Acroptilon repens) Control with Low Rates of Aminopyralid on Range and Pasture
TLDR
Aminopyralid controlled Russian knapweed effectively at lower use rates than current commercial standards and good control lasted for at least 21 to 24 MAT.
Control of Yellow Starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) and Coast Fiddleneck (Amsinckia menziesii) with Aminopyralid
TLDR
Results show that aminopyralid is a valuable tool for land managers and can play an important role in integrated management strategies for yellow starthistle and coast fiddleneck, and that late-season application resulted in increased annual forage grass production the following year.
Timing Aminopyralid to Prevent Seed Production Controls Medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) and Increases Forage Grasses
TLDR
Compared with other herbicide treatment options, preheading aminopyralid treatments are a relatively inexpensive, effective approach for controlling T. caput-medusae and increasing forage production.
Effects of Aminopyralid on Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa)
TLDR
The results of this study should improve meadow hawkweed management decisions in the Pacific Northwest, which requires spring-timed applications but are effective at low use rates because of likely negative effects to ponderosa pine.
Native Grass Establishment following Application of Pyridine Herbicides
TLDR
Application of aminopyralid can safely be used to control susceptible invasive species preceding grass species establishment, with a safety margin similar to or slightly better than that with the pyridine standards clopyralids or picloram.
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