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Effects of Chlorpropham Vapors on Dodder Seedlings

  • C. H. Slater (a1), J. H. Dawson (a2), W. R. Furtick (a3) and A. P. Appleby (a3)

Abstract

Dodder (Cuscuta spp.) seedlings were killed when exposed to isopropyl m-chlorocarbanilate (chlorpropham) vapors in an enclosed system or in the open atmosphere in the greenhouse or field. No seedlings wrapped on the host when they were exposed for 16 hr or more in an enclosed system. Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) foliage restricted air movement near the treated soil and favored accumulation of vapors that killed emerged and emerging seedlings.

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Effects of Chlorpropham Vapors on Dodder Seedlings

  • C. H. Slater (a1), J. H. Dawson (a2), W. R. Furtick (a3) and A. P. Appleby (a3)

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