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Effect of Ammonium Sulfate and Bentazon on Sethoxydim Absorption

  • David L. Jordan (a1), Alan C. York (a1) and Frederick T. Corbin (a1)

Abstract

The effect of ammonium sulfate on absorption of 14C-sethoxydim applied alone and with bentazon was studied in large crabgrass. Adding ammonium sulfate to 14C-sethoxydim increased 14C absorption 6-fold at 0.5 h after application but did not affect the amount of 14C absorbed 1 or 4 h after application. Applying bentazon with 14C-sethoxydim reduced 14C absorption 26%. When 14C-sethoxydim was applied with bentazon and ammonium sulfate, 14C absorption and translocation were similar to those with 14C-sethoxydim alone.

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Effect of Ammonium Sulfate and Bentazon on Sethoxydim Absorption

  • David L. Jordan (a1), Alan C. York (a1) and Frederick T. Corbin (a1)

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