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Joshua J. Skelton, William Sharp and Bruce E. Branham

Minner, 2010 ; Reicher et al., 2011 ). Furthermore, Reicher et al. (2011) described postemergence control of ABG as inconsistent. The objective of this study was to determine the rate and application interval of mesotrione that will yield the greatest

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Gladys A. Andiru, Claudio C. Pasian, Jonathan M. Frantz and Pablo Jourdan

fertilizer, at the right time, at the right rate, and at the right location. Appropriate application methods and CRF types must be calibrated to match crop production ( Broschat and Klock-Moore, 2001 ). The nursery and greenhouse industries account for ≈20

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Pascal Braekman, Dieter Foqué, Marie-Christine Van Labeke, Jan G. Pieters and David Nuyttens

furthermore reveals that almost all growers are convinced that high application rates and spray pressures are indispensable to obtain a satisfactory coverage and sufficient penetration of the often dense crop canopies. This survey also revealed that the

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Sean M. Westerveld, Alan W. McKeown and Mary Ruth McDonald

( White et al., 1983 ), possibly as a result of delayed leaf senescence at higher rates of fertilizer application and, as a result, delayed infection of the foliage by A. dauci ( Vintal et al., 1999 ). Studies examining the ALB/CLS complex showed that

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Alexander R. Kowalewski, Douglas D. Buhler, N. Suzanne Lang, Muraleedharan G. Nair and John N. Rogers III

applied at the high application rate would provide the most effective common dandelion control. Our work presents the opportunity to identify a new method of organic broadleaf weed (specifically common dandelion) control. Materials and methods Field

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Peter H. Dernoeden, John E. Kaminski and Jinmin Fu

two or three applications of mesotrione at 0.28 or 0.42 kg·ha −1 a.i. beginning in early June provided inconsistent levels (13%–92%) of CBG control. The 0.42 kg·ha −1 a.i. rate applied three times, however, provided 92% to 100% CBG control in both

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Diana R. Cochran, Richard L. Harkess, Patricia R. Knight, Maria Tomaso-Peterson, Eugene K. Blythe and Charles H. Gilliam

, respectively ( Fig. 1 ). Four rates of Regalia ® were applied based on the recommended label rate of 0.48 g·L −1 of active ingredient: 0.0× (water only), 0.5× (5 mL·L −1 ), 1.0× (10 mL·L −1 ), or 1.5× (15 mL·L −1 ). Foliar applications of Regalia ® were made

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Andrew J. Hephner, Tyler Cooper, Leslie L. Beck and Gerald M. Henry

. However, metsulfuron and trifloxysulfuron treatments exhibited 54% or less khakiweed control 2 WAIT regardless of rate. Injury symptoms after application of metsulfuron and trifloxysulfuron have been reported to take greater than 1 to 2 weeks to appear

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Simone da Costa Mello, Francis J. Pierce, Rachel Tonhati, Guilherme Silva Almeida, Durval Dourado Neto and Kiran Pavuluri

Brazil is high with an average K application rate of 189 kg·ha −1 reported by Bernardi et al. (2002) and 166 kg·ha −1 reported by IBGE (2017) but varies considerably: 199–374 kg K/ha, 64–250 kg N/ha, and 196–371 kg P/ha ( Schepers et al., 2015

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Christian M. Baldwin, Eugene K. Blythe, A. Douglas Brede, Jami J. Mayer and R. Golembiewski

–6.6P–12.5K the day of seeding and again 2 weeks after seeding. An additional fertilizer application using the same rate and product was applied in mid-September of both years. Irrigation was not applied after fertilizer applications. Once established