Response of Conyza bonariensis , Conyza canadensis and Conyza sumatrensis to glufosinate

@inproceedings{GonzlezTorralva2012ResponseOC,
  title={Response of Conyza bonariensis , Conyza canadensis and Conyza sumatrensis to glufosinate},
  author={Fidel Gonz{\'a}lez-Torralva and Julia R{\'i}os-G{\'o}mez and Hugo Enrique Cruz-Hipolito and Rafael De Prado},
  year={2012}
}
Conyza bonariensis, C. canadensis and C. sumatrensis are problematic weeds in citrus orchards and olive trees in southern Spain. The aim of this work was to determine the efficacy of glufosinate in these species, and also to establish a suitable growing stage for application in C. bonariensis. For this purpose, dose-response and spray retention assays were carried out in susceptible biotypes of C. bonariensis, C. canadensis and C. sumatrensis at the rosette stage (BBCH 14-15). Additionally, the… CONTINUE READING

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