Halosulfuron Reduced Purple Nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) Tuber Production and Viability

@inproceedings{Webster2014HalosulfuronRP,
  title={Halosulfuron Reduced Purple Nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) Tuber Production and Viability},
  author={Theodore M. Webster and Timothy L Grey},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract Weeds persist and cause economic losses in agricultural systems because they exploit underused portions of that system. Reducing the effect of weeds on agroecosystems begins with minimizing the number of propagules (e.g., seeds and tubers) that are produced and returned to the soil. Purple nutsedge is a problematic weed around the globe, persisting between growing seasons as tubers in the soil. Halosulfuron is an effective herbicide for controlling purple nutsedge foliage and is used… CONTINUE READING

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