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1 March 2006 Effect of humectants on the uptake and efficacy of glufosinate in wild oat (Avena fatua) plants and isolated cuticles under dry conditions
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A series of dose–response experiments were performed at low humidity to determine if glufosinate efficacy could be increased by lengthening the drying time through the addition of humectants. Of several humectants evaluated, only 5% glycerol or 5% triethylene glycol when applied with glufosinate produced dry weight reductions and mortality similar to exposure to high humidity. 14C-glufosinate movement through isolated wild oat cuticles was greater at high humidity, poorest at low humidity, but intermediate at low humidity in the presence of 5% glycerol in the spray solution. The increases in uptake observed at high humidity and with 5% glycerol at low humidity were characterized by greater initial uptake that continued much longer than that observed at low humidity without humectant.

Nomenclature: Wild oat, Avena fatua L. AVEFA.

R. J. L. Ramsey, G. R. Stephenson, and J. C. Hall "Effect of humectants on the uptake and efficacy of glufosinate in wild oat (Avena fatua) plants and isolated cuticles under dry conditions," Weed Science 54(2), 205-211, (1 March 2006). https://doi.org/10.1043/0043-1745(2006)54[205:EOHOTU]2.0.CO;2
Received: 19 April 2005; Accepted: 22 November 2005; Published: 1 March 2006
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