Presenter Information

Mark M. Loux, Ohio State University

Start Date

19-12-1990 12:00 AM

Description

Crop injury resulting from herbicide carryover is a function of four variables: 1) the herbicide residue persisting from one year or crop to the next (or the herbicide concentration in soil at the time of planting); 2) the availability of the herbicide for uptake by the germinating seed, emerging seedling, or young plant; 3) the sensitivity of the follow crop to the herbicide; and 4) the environmental conditions in the early part of the growing season. These four factors interact to determine the potential for or the severity of injury due to carryover.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31274/icm-180809-325

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Dec 19th, 12:00 AM

Determining Herbicide Carryover Risk- How Close Can We Come?

Crop injury resulting from herbicide carryover is a function of four variables: 1) the herbicide residue persisting from one year or crop to the next (or the herbicide concentration in soil at the time of planting); 2) the availability of the herbicide for uptake by the germinating seed, emerging seedling, or young plant; 3) the sensitivity of the follow crop to the herbicide; and 4) the environmental conditions in the early part of the growing season. These four factors interact to determine the potential for or the severity of injury due to carryover.

 

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