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Virginia Buttonweed (Diodia virginiana) Control with Pyridine Herbicides1

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 January 2017

Steven T. Kelly
Affiliation:
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Cooperative Extension Service, Winnsboro, LA 71295
G. Euel Coats
Affiliation:
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS 39762

Abstract

Field experiments were conducted to evaluate pyridine herbicides for Virginia buttonweed control and turfgrass tolerance. Treatments included clopyralid and fluroxypyr applied at 35, 70, 140, 280, and 560 g ae/ha, compared to a three-way combination of 2,4-D plus dichlorprop plus dicamba (840 + 840 + 210 g ae/ha, respectively). Fluroxypyr applied at 140 g/ha or greater controlled Virginia buttonweed 80% or greater through 10 wk after treatment. A second experiment evaluated 280 g/ha clopyralid or 140 g/ha fluroxypyr alone or in combination with 0.25 or 0.50% (v/v) nonionic surfactant, compared to 280 g/ha dicamba or 1,120 g/ha 2,4-D alone or in combination with nonionic surfactant. The addition of nonionic surfactant to clopyralid or fluroxypyr did not increase Virginia buttonweed control. Fluroxypyr at 280 g/ha and higher produced 22 to 53% injury to bermudagrasses 2 wk after treatment. Common centipedegrass was injured through 3 wk after treatment with 4,470 g/ha fluroxypyr or greater. Zoysiagrass exhibited injury with 4,470 g/ha fluroxypyr at 2 wk after treatment; however, injury was less than 8% at 3 wk. Common St. Augustinegrass was severely injured with 2,235 g/ha or greater fluroxypyr through 7 wk after treatment. Clopyralid did not cause injury to any turfgrass species.

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Research Article
Copyright
Copyright © Weed Science Society of America 

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