Impact of Adjuvants on Pecan Foliage

in HortTechnology

Of 18 commonly used adjuvants evaluated on pecan [Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh) K. Koch], a few exhibited potential for substantially suppressing net photosynthesis (A) and the conductance of foliage to water vapor (gsw) when used within their recommended concentration range; however, most provided no evidence of adversely influencing A or gsw. Suppression of gas exchange by certain adjuvants persisted at least 14 days after a single application. The recently developed organosilicone-based surfactants generally exhibited the greatest potential for suppression. These data indicate that orchard managers should consider the potential adverse influence of certain adjuvants when developing orchard management strategies.

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