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Lavesta C. Hand, Wheeler G. Foshee III, Tyler A. Monday, Daniel E. Wells, and Dennis P. Delaney

(herbicide applied before crimp and rolling of the cover crop) and postcrimp (herbicide applied after crimping and rolling of the cover crop). PRE herbicides used were ethalfluralin (18 oz/acre), fomesafen (2.5 oz/acre), and halosulfuron (0.56 oz/acre). A

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A.W. Caylor, W.A. Dozier Jr., G. Wehtje, D.G. Himelrick, J.A. McGuire, and J.A. Pitts

The postemergence-active herbicides lactofen, fomesafen, and acifluorfen were applied to established matted-row strawberry plants (Fragaria × ananassa) and evaluated for broadleaf weed control and foliar phytotoxicity. Strawberries were evaluated for yield and fruit quality. Treatments were applied following June renovation. All herbicide treatments resulted in acceptable control of broadleaf weeds present at the time of application; however, sicklepod (Cassia obtusifolia) germinated after herbicide application. All treatments caused foliar injury within 3 days after application. No injury symptoms were evident 21 days after treatment due to new foliage development. Fomesafen and acifluorfen were the only herbicides to suppress runner count. Yields the following year were not reduced by herbicide treatments. Chemical names used: (±)-2-ethoxy-l-methy1-2-oxoethyl 5-[2-chloro-4-(trifluoromethyl) phenoxy]-2-nitrobenzate (lactofen); 5-[2-chloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenoxy] -N -(methylsu1fonyl)-2-nitrobenzamide (fomesafen); 5-[2-chloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenoxy]-2-nitrobenzoic acid (acifluorfen).

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John W. Wilcut, Charles H. Gilliam, Glenn R. Wehtje, T. Vint Hicks, and Diane L. Berchielli

Preplant-incorporated, preemergence, and postemergence herbicides were evaluated for yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus L.) control and for phytotoxicity to four container-grown woody plants. Preplant-incorporated or preemergence applications of chlorimuron at 0.07 kg a.i./ha or imazaquin at 1.12 kg a.i./ha provided the greatest control of yellow nutsedge. Imazaquin applied at 0.28, 0.56, 0.84, or 1.12 kg a.i./ha suppressed growth of Rhododendron × `Copperman' azalea and Lagerstroemia indica ×sfauriai `Natchez'. All other herbicides tested were safe on the four woody plants evaluated. Chlorimuron provided the best combination of yellow nutsedge control and tolerance on woody ornamental. Chemical names used: 2-[[[[(4-chloro-6-methoxy-2-pyrimidinyl)amino]carbonyl]amino]sulfonyl]benzoic acid (chlorimuron); 2-[4,5-dihydro-4-methyl-4-(1-methylethyl)-5-oxo-1H-imidazol-2-yl]-3-quinolinecarboxylic acid (imazaquin).

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Kshitij Khatri, Natalia Peres, Joseph Noling, and Nathan Boyd

opportunity to sprout. Reed at al. (2016) reported that herbicides such as EPTC and fomesafen are more effective against purple nutsedge when they are applied at the tuber sprout stage. There was no significant difference between supplemental metam-K at the

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Gilbert Miller and Jeremy Greene

ethalfluralin plus fomesafen (Reflex ® ; Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC, Greensboro, NC) was applied. Immediately after cotton planting in each year (2 May 2012, 8 May 2013, and 8 May 2014), herbicides were applied with a shielded sprayer to the bare ground row

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Dennis C. Odero, Jose V. Fernandez, and Nikol Havranek

. Koch, T. 2012 Selectivity of fomesafen based systems for preemergence weed control in cucurbit crops Crop Protection 40 91 97 Richardson, R.J. Whaley, C.M. Wilson, H.P. Hines, T.E. 2004 Weed control and potato ( Solanum tuberosum ) tolerance with

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Martin M. Williams II and Carl A. Bradley

bentazon, fomesafen, imazamox, linuron, and sulfentrazone Weed Technol. 28 601 607 Zhang, Q.Y. Hashemi, M. Hebert, S.J. Li, Y.S. 2013 Different responses of preemergence and early seedling growth to planting depth between vegetable soybean and grain

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

of bentazon (Basagran; BASF Corp, Research Triangle Park, NC) and fomesafen (Reflex; Syngenta Crop Protection) at rates of 0.75 and 0.25 lb/acre, respectively, during both experiment years. In-season applications of insecticides were made as needed to

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Megh Singh, Shiv D. Sharma, Analiza H.M. Ramirez, and Amit J. Jhala

glyphosate with chlorimuron, fomesafen, imazethapyr, and sulfentrazone Weed Sci. 46 652 660 U.S. Department of Agriculture 2010a Citrus: Commercial Citrus Inventory 5 May 2011. < http

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Daljeet S. Dhaliwal and Martin M. Williams II

Weed Technol. 33 530 534 Williams, M.M. II Nelson, R.L. 2014 Vegetable soybean tolerance to bentazon, fomesafen, imazamox, linuron, and sulfentrazone Weed Technol. 28 601 607 Zandonadi, R. Stombaugh, T. Coolong, T. Pfeiffer, T. 2010 Mechanical