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Christopher R. Johnston and Gerald M. Henry

other herbicides on dallisgrass control in bermudagrass turf, and to determine the effect of rate, application timing, and number of applications on efficacy of these herbicide treatments. Materials and Methods Field experiments were conducted during the

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James M. Rutledge, Daniel V. Weisenberger, and Zachary J. Reicher

g·ha −1 a.i. was the only treatment that did not reduce CBG cover by 8 weeks after seeding. However, control of seedling RSBG with SUL at rates lower than 13 g·ha −1 a.i. may be feasible. Additionally, evaluation of BYS rates and application

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Liming Chen, Matthew Wallhead, Michael Reding, Leona Horst, and Heping Zhu

time. Application rate is controlled by adjusting the spray output of each nozzle based on the presence, structure, and foliage density of plants, and sprayer travel speed. Chen et al. (2013a) reported the intelligent variable-rate sprayer reduced

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

; Yeager and Cashion, 1993 ). Manufacturer-recommended CRF application rates are usually determined under constant laboratory or greenhouse conditions ( Birrenkott et al., 2005 ; Cabrera, 1997 ; Oliet et al., 2004 ) and commonly do not include

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Juan Carlos Díaz-Pérez, Jesús Bautista, Gunawati Gunawan, Anthony Bateman, and Cliff Martin Riner

sweet onions. There is, however, limited information about application rates of organic fertilizers to vegetable crops. Most fertilizer recommendations for vegetable crops were developed for crop production based on the use of chemical fertilizers. When

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Shawna L. Daley and Richard L. Hassell

applications on cucurbit rootstock tissues have not been characterized. The first objective of this experiment was to determine the optimal application rate of commercially available fatty alcohol compounds that would control rootstock regrowth without damaging

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Joe E. Toler, Jason K. Higingbottom, and Lambert B. McCarty

regimens using various rates and application times of N and Fe ( Table 1 ). Mowing was performed every 7 d throughout the growing season at actual set heights using a rotary-type mower, and clippings were returned. N fertilization was provided by a granular

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M. Lenny Wells

orchard area. Worley (1997) observed that pecan yield, quality, and leaf N could be maintained with dry fertilizer applications when the full N rate was concentrated in a limited area, yet no studies have attempted to refine this practice by simply

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Jong-Goo Kang, Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi, Sue K. Dove, Geoffrey M. Weaver, and Marc W. van Iersel

). Results and discussion Pore water EC. Pore water EC of the substrate was similar on all four sampling dates and unaffected by ABA application. Pore water EC increased nonlinearly with increasing fertilizer rates, from 1 dS·m −1 without any fertilizer to

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Timothy W. Miller and Carl R. Libbey

. Paraquat applied to foliage at middle or late timings did not cause injury at the February or March evaluations. Table 2. Percentage of chlorosis in ‘Flower Carpet’ narcissus foliage at emergence following application of paraquat at two rates and three