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Solveig J. Hanson and Irwin L. Goldman

to the soil and to provide Ca 2+ as a competing cation for Mg 2+ . Pelletized 5N-0.8P-0K organic fertilizer (Milorganite, Milwaukee, WI) was used as a carrier for both experimental fertilizers. Preemergent herbicide applications of 0.8 L·ha −1 S-metolachlor

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Charles S. Krasnow, Andrew A. Wyenandt, Wesley L. Kline, J. Boyd Carey, and Mary K. Hausbeck

/acre clomazone (Command 3ME; FMC Co., Philadelphia, PE), 0.05 lb/acre halosulfuron (Sandea 75W; Gowan, Yuma, AZ), and 0.48 lb/acre s-metolachlor (Dual Magnum 7.62 EC; Syngenta Crop Protection) were applied preplant between rows. Additional fertilizer was applied

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Brian A. Kahn and Lynn P. Brandenberger

/acre of N was made on 27 July, after which the same plot seeder that had been used in 2010 was used to sow plots. The seeding rate was about 30 seeds/20 ft of row, similar to the “sown to stand” rate used in 2010. The herbicide S -metolachlor was applied

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Gregory R. Armel, Robert J. Richardson, Henry P. Wilson, Brian W. Trader, Cory M. Whaley, and Thomas E. Hines

al., 1996 ). On the Coastal Plain soils of eastern Virginia, clomazone is often applied PP or PPI in combinations with napropamide, metolachlor, or trifluralin to improve suppression of the broadleaf weeds smooth pigweed ( Amaranthus hybridus

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Brian J. Schutte, Adriana D. Sanchez, Leslie L. Beck, and Omololu John Idowu

, pelargonic acid, pendimethalin, pyraflufen-ethyl, sethoxydim, s-metolachlor, and trifluralin. Although these herbicides are effective on many of the weed species that occur in chile pepper fields in New Mexico, weeds that emerge after crop emergence

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Luther C. Carson, Joshua H. Freeman, Kequan Zhou, Gregory Welbaum, and Mark Reiter

N–20.1P–0K). A preemergence application of s -metolachlor (Dual Magnum; Syngenta Crop Protection, Greensboro, NC) was made at a rate of 1.0 lb/acre during both experiment years for weed management. Post-emergence weeds were managed by applications

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Donnie K. Miller, Thomas M. Batts, Josh T. Copes, and David C. Blouin

interference, flumioxazin at 0.063 lb/acre pre-transplant, followed by S -metolachlor at 1.25 lb/acre immediately post-transplant, were applied to all plots ( LSU AgCenter, 2020 ). Subsequent applications of clethodim at 0.152 lb/acre were applied throughout

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Dennis C. Odero and Alan L. Wright

). Growers in the EAA typically rely on preemergence application of S -metolachlor to provide early-season weed control followed by postemergence application of bentazon for broadleaf weed control in combination with sethoxydim for grass control. However

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Yan Chen, Ronald E. Strahan, and Regina P. Bracy

applications are often required for postemergence herbicides and may cause ornamental plant injury if spray drift occurs. Selective preemergence herbicides registered for yellow nutsedge control in landscapes include dichlobenil, dimethenamid-P, and metolachlor

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Rebecca M. Koepke-Hill, Gregory R. Armel, William E. Klingeman, Mark A. Halcomb, Jose J. Vargas, and Phillip C. Flanagan

3 June 2008, and glyphosate (Touchdown Total; Syngenta Crop Protection, Greensboro, NC) at 2335 g·ha −1 a.i. plus a premix of atrazine at 1823 g·ha −1 a.i. plus metolachlor (Bicep II Magnum, Syngenta Crop Protection) at 1411 g·ha −1 a.i. were