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1 January 2004 Foliar vs. Soil Exposure of Green Kyllinga (Kyllinga brevifolia) and False-Green Kyllinga (Kyllinga gracillima) to Postemergence Treatments of CGA-362622, Halosulfuron, Imazaquin, and MSMA
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Greenhouse studies were conducted to evaluate shoot number, shoot weight, rhizome weight, and root weight reduction of green and false-green kyllinga at three placement levels (soil applied, foliar applied, and soil foliar applied) and five herbicide treatments (CGA-362622, halosulfuron, imazaquin, MSMA, and imazaquin MSMA). Averaged over herbicide and placement level, false-green kyllinga shoot number 30 d after treatment (DAT) and rhizome weight 60 DAT were reduced more than those of green kyllinga. Furthermore, imazaquin, MSMA, and imazaquin MSMA, averaged across placement levels, as well as CGA-362622 and halosulfuron, both foliar and soil applied, reduced false-green kyllinga shoot number greater than that of green kyllinga 60 DAT. Halosulfuron reduced false-green kyllinga shoot weight greater than that of green kyllinga 60 DAT; however, MSMA reduced green kyllinga greater. In general, foliar- and soil foliar–applied treatments reduced shoot number (30 DAT), rhizome weight, and root weight of both kyllinga species greater than soil-applied treatments, whereas soil foliar–applied treatments were more effective in reducing shoot weight 60 DAT. CGA-362622 and halosulfuron reduced kyllinga species shoot number (30 DAT), false-green kyllinga shoot weight (60 DAT), and root weight of both species greater than all other herbicides. However, CGA-362622 reduced green kyllinga shoot weight (60 DAT) and rhizome weight of both species greater than all other herbicides.

Nomenclature: CGA-362622, N-[(4,6-dimethoxy-2-pyrimidinyl)carbamoyl]-3-(2,2,2-trifluroethoxy)- pyridin-2-sulfonamide sodium salt; halosulfuron; imazaquin; MSMA; false-green kyllinga, Kyllinga gracillima L.; green kyllinga, Kyllinga brevifolia Rottb. #3 KYLBR.

Additional index words: Foliar absorption, root absorption.

Abbreviations: ALS, acetolactate synthase; DAP, days after planting; DAT, days after treatment; NIS, nonionic surfactant; POST, postemergence.

J. SCOTT McELROY, FRED H. YELVERTON, TRAVIS W. GANNON, and JOHN W. WILCUT "Foliar vs. Soil Exposure of Green Kyllinga (Kyllinga brevifolia) and False-Green Kyllinga (Kyllinga gracillima) to Postemergence Treatments of CGA-362622, Halosulfuron, Imazaquin, and MSMA," Weed Technology 18(1), 145-151, (1 January 2004). https://doi.org/10.1614/WT-03-072R
Published: 1 January 2004
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