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Comparison of torpedograss and pickerelweed susceptibility to glyphosate
Author(s): L. A. Gettys and D. L. Sutton
Journal: Journal of Aquatic Plant Management
Journal Link: http://apms.org/japm/japmindex.htm
Article Topic(s): Herbicide,Invasive species
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse
Species Referenced: Pontederia cordata (Pickerelweed),
AbstractStudies the effects of glyphosate on Pontederia cordata. Glyphosate is used to control the invasive Panicum repens but can have negative effects on co-occurring native species. The highest rate of glyphosate effectively controlled P. repens when applied to cut stubble. Pontederia cordata was unaffected by the highest rate of glyphosate. Results indicate that a cut-and-spray application of a 1.5% solution of glyphosate may control P. repens with having a major effect on P. cordata.
Suggested CitationL. A. Gettys and D. L. Sutton. "Comparison of torpedograss and pickerelweed susceptibility to glyphosate." Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 42 (2004): 1-4.
Article LinksISSN: 0146-6623