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Pelargonic acid and rainfall effects on glyphosate activity in trumpetcreeper (Campsis radicans)
Author(s): D. Chachalis and K. N. Reddy
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Weed Technology
Article Topic(s): Herbicide
Research Setting(s): Field
Species Referenced: Campsis radicans (Trumpet creeper),
AbstractCampsis radicans vegetation and rootstock regrowth was controlled >98% when treated with 1.68 kg/ha glyphosate. Glyphosate effectiveness decreased as the time before plants were washed was decreased. Addition of pelargonic acid to glyphosate did not improve absorption rates.
Suggested CitationD. Chachalis and K. N. Reddy. "Pelargonic acid and rainfall effects on glyphosate activity in trumpetcreeper (Campsis radicans)." Weed Technology 18.1 (2004): 66-72.