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RESEARCH LITERATURE

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Tolerance of native wildflower seedlings to imazapic

Author(s): J. G. Norcini, J. H. Aldrich and F. G. Martini

Month: June
Year: 2003

Journal: Journal of Environmental Horticulture
Journal Link: http://www.hriresearch.org/index.cfm?page=Content&categoryID=174
Volume: 21
Issue: 2
Pages: 68-72

Article Topic(s): Ecotype, Establishment methods, Herbicide
Research Setting(s): Field

Species Referenced: Coreopsis lanceolata (Lanceleaf coreopsis), Ipomopsis rubra (Standing cypress), Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed susan), Salvia coccinea (Scarlet sage),

Abstract

Evaluates the tolerance of several Florida native wildflowers (including Coreopsis lanceolata, Gaillardia pulchella, Ipomopsis rubra, Phlox drummondii, Rudbeckia hirta, Salvia coccinea) to the herbicide Imazapic. The major effect of imazapic on the wildflowers was stunting, although the severity of the stunting was species specific. For some species, wildflower tolerance was also affected by potting medium and seed source.

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J. G. Norcini, J. H. Aldrich and F. G. Martini. "Tolerance of native wildflower seedlings to imazapic." Journal of Environmental Horticulture 21.2 (2003): 68-72.

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ISSN: 0738-2898

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