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Combined Postemergence Grass and Broadleaf Weed Control in Canola (Brassica napus)

  • Robert E. Blackshaw (a1) and K. Neil Harker (a2)

Abstract

Field studies were conducted to study the interaction of sethoxydim or fluazifop-P with clopyralid and/or ethametsulfuron applied as tank mixtures to canola. Control of the indicator species barley, broadbean, and wild mustard with the tank mixtures was comparable to, or sometimes better than, that attained with each herbicide alone. Canola tolerated all herbicides applied individually and all tank mixtures of these herbicides except fluazifop-P and ethametsulfuron. Tank mixtures of fluazifop-P and ethametsulfuron, with or without clopyralid included in the mixture, suppressed early growth of canola in two of four tests and reduced seed yield in one. Sethoxydim, clopyralid, and ethametsulfuron combined in tank mixtures provide an effective POST alternative for selective control of grass and broadleaf weeds in canola.

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Combined Postemergence Grass and Broadleaf Weed Control in Canola (Brassica napus)

  • Robert E. Blackshaw (a1) and K. Neil Harker (a2)

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