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Control of different species of Sida spp. with sequential applications of flumiclorac-pentil
Author(s): J. Constantin, R. S. De Oliveira, Jr., L. H. Kajihara, J. G. Zanetti De Arantes, S. D. Cavalieri, D. G. Alons
Journal: Acta Scientiarum Agronomy
Article Topic(s): Herbicide
Research Setting(s): Agricultural, Urban
Species Referenced: Sida rhombifolia (Cuban jute),
AbstractEvaluates the efficacy of the herbicide flumiclorac-pentil to control four species of Sida, including S. rhombifolia, that are considered weeds in some places. The article investigates the effects of sequential applications of sublethal rates of the herbicide. Flumiclorac-pentil, especially in sequential applications, provided similar or improved levels of control when compared with fomesafen or lactofen for the four Sida species evaluated.
Suggested CitationJ. Constantin, R. S. De Oliveira, Jr., L. H. Kajihara, J. G. Zanetti De Arantes, S. D. Cavalieri, and D. G. Alons. "Control of different species of Sida spp. with sequential applications of flumiclorac-pentil." Acta Scientiarum Agronomy 29.4 (2007): 475-480.