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Growth inhibition of ericaceous plants from metolachlor
Author(s): J. R. Frank, C. E. Beste
Journal: Journal of Environmental Horticulture
Journal Link: http://www.hriresearch.org/index.cfm?page=Content&categoryID=174
Article Topic(s): Herbicide
Research Setting(s): Landscape
Species Referenced: Leucothoe axillaris (Coastal doghobble),
AbstractTests the phytoxicity of the herbicide metolachlor on cultivated azaleas and Leucothoe axillaris. Metolachlor is used to control the weedy yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus). Some species experienced temporary injury following a July application of herbicide. However, at the time of crop harvest, there was no reduction in crop quality or size. This article is accessible without a subscription at the following link: http://www.hriresearch.org/docs/publications/JEH/JEH_1990/JEH_1990_8_4/JEH%208-4-173-176.pdf
Suggested CitationJ. R. Frank, and C. E. Beste. "Growth inhibition of ericaceous plants from metolachlor." Journal of Environmental Horticulture 8.4 (1990): 173-176.
Article LinksISSN: 0738-2898