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Characterization of leaf surface, wax composition, and control of redvine and trumpetcreeper with glyphosate
Author(s): D. Chachalis, K. N. Reddy and C. D. Elmore
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Weed Science
Article Topic(s): Herbicide
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse,Laboratory
Species Referenced: Campsis radicans (Trumpet creeper),
AbstractLeaf surface and wax chemistry were characterized in Campsis radicans and Brunnichia ovata in relation to glyphosate sensitivity. Campsis radicans was more susceptible to glyphosate than was B. ovata. This may be due to leaf characteristics such as greater roughness and a less hydrophobic surface coating in Campsis radicans.
Suggested CitationD. Chachalis, K. N. Reddy and C. D. Elmore. "Characterization of leaf surface, wax composition, and control of redvine and trumpetcreeper with glyphosate." Weed Science 49.2 (2001): 156-163.