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Chemicals are being sought that can control weeds in lettuce under different environmental conditions, soil types and weed populations. The extensive or repeated use of a herbicide may lead to important changes in the weed population which call for new materials that can take care of the modified situation. In the search for new chemicais, RH 315 has appeared promising in some respects. Greenhouse and field experiments were conducted to determine the [ver mas...]
dc.contributor.advisorCrabtree, Garvin D.
dc.contributor.authorMitidieri, Agustín
dc.date1970
dc.date.accessioned2017-03-31T15:17:38Z
dc.date.available2017-03-31T15:17:38Z
dc.date.issued1970
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/1957/25520
dc.identifier.urihttps://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/handle/1957/25520
dc.descriptionTesis de maestría para obtener el grado de Magister of Science presentada en Oregon State University en junio de 1970
dc.description.abstractChemicals are being sought that can control weeds in lettuce under different environmental conditions, soil types and weed populations. The extensive or repeated use of a herbicide may lead to important changes in the weed population which call for new materials that can take care of the modified situation. In the search for new chemicais, RH 315 has appeared promising in some respects. Greenhouse and field experiments were conducted to determine the tolerance of lettuce (crisphead type) to RH 315 in three types of soil. Its performance on weeds under different environmental conditions, its residual action on other vegetables, as well as preand postemergence activity on weeds wre also tested. Other herbicides were used in some experiments. Lettuce of the crisphead type proved to possess high tolerance to RH 315. The tolerance was greater in a silty clay loam and a muck soil than in a sandy soil. In all. types of soil, the safety factor was greater than 2 X when susceptible weeds are considered. The degree of tolerance varied with the season in fieid experiments. RH 315 at 1.5 to 2 lb/A in a silty clay loam and at 1 to 1.5 lb/A in a sandy loam provided excellent control of annual bluegrass, Italian ryegrass, bamyardgrass, green foxtail, common chickweed, purslane, mouseear chickweed, lambsquarters, henbit, red deadnettle, shepherspurse and bittercress. The control of pigweed and wild mustard required higher rates. No control of composite species was achieved with this compound. Delaying sprinkler irrigation after application caused reduction in RH 315 activity. It was more effective in controlling weeds in early fail than during the summer. Two months after application, RH 315 residues from rates which were effective in controlling susceptible weeds did not cause injury to bush beans, sweet corn, cucumbers, red beets, common chickweed and annual bluegrass, under summer conditíons. When applied at the stage of two true leaves or before, under conditions of early fall, RH 315 proved to possess postemergence activity on weed species that are controlled by preemergence applications of this compound. From 17 to 20 days were required for RH 315 to exert its effect in postemergence application. Trfluralin at 0. 75 ib/A provided excellent control of Itallan ryegrass, bamyardgrass, pigweedand purslane both in a silty clay loam and a sandy Ioam. Benefin and EL 179 both at 1 Ib/A gaye good control of the same weeds in the silty clay loam, but their performance was inferior to that of trifluralin. Benefin at 0.75 lb/A did not perform very well in the sandy loam. Delaying incorporation 68 hours after the herbicide application caused 70% loss of trifluralin activity and 3510 loss of benefin action in a sandy Ioam soil. The residual action of triflurahn was greater than that of EL 179 and benefin when tested by vegetaMe plant growth 82 days after application. The least residual action was obtained with RH 315 and CDEC when tésted 60 days after application. Bensulide at 6 lb/A performed poorly in a sii.ty clay loam, whereas CDEC at 5 lb/A provided good control of pigweed, Itallan ryegrass and barnyardgrass in the same type of soil. The results obtained in this research showed that RH 315 Is effective for selective control of some weeds in léttuce that are not controlled by standard herbicides. Furthermore, its biological residual life is sufficiently long to provide weed control for an entire crop cycle but not long enough to cause injury to succeeding, susceptible vegetable crops. The disadvantages of RH 315 are its poor activity Qn pigweed and its dependence on the supply of moisture immediately after application under summer conditions.eng
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dc.language.isoeng
dc.publisherOregon State Universityeng
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.subjectControl de Malezas
dc.subjectLechugas
dc.subjectHerbicidasspa
dc.subjectLettuces
dc.subjectWeed Controleng
dc.subjectHerbicideseng
dc.titleThe performance of N(1,1-dimethylpropynyl-3,5-dichlorobenzamide) and other herbicides in controlling weeds in lettuce as affected by soil type and weather conditions
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
dc.typeinfo:ar-repo/semantics/tesis de maestría
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersioneng
dc.description.filFil: Mitidieri, Agustín. Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA). Estación Experimental Agropecuaria San Pedro; Argentina
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