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Acta herbologica
2016, vol. 25, br. 2, str. 35-43
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: naučni članak
doi:10.5937/ActaHerb1602035J
Fitotoksičnost folijarno primenjenog imazamoksa za grašak u kome su primenjeni zemljišni herbicidi
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Poljoprivredni fakultet

e-adresa: katarinajr@agrif.bg.ac.rs

Sažetak

Tokom 2016. godine na lokalitetu Sakule izveden je ogled selektivnosti kombinovane primene zemljišnih (pendimetalin+linuron) i folijamog herbicida (imazamoks). Za ispitivanje su korišćene dve formulacije za komercijalnu upotrebu, preparati Sinamon i Pulsar-40, koji su primenjeni u maksimalno preporučenim i dvostruko većim količinama. Ogled je postavljen po tipu potpunog slučajnog blok sistema u četiri ponavljanja. Ocene ispoljenih efekata obav­ljene su 14 i 35 dana nakon primene imazamoksa (merenje visine biljaka, a u drugoj oceni i procena inhibicije cvetanja), kao i u vreme zrenja (vizuelna ocena). U prvoj oceni, osim jasne hloroze, utvrđeno je izrazito supresivno delovanje imazamoksa na biljke graška (smanjenjem rasta koje je u prošeku iznosilo 12,03%, odnosno 52,47% za tretmane sa primenom imazamoksa u količini od 48, odnosno 96 g a.s./ha, tim redom). U drugoj oceni, prosečna inhibicija rasta iznosila je 8,54, odnosno 36,29% za primenjene tretmane imazamoksa, a utvrđena je i inhibicija (tačnije kašnjenje) cvetanja. U vreme zrenja nije bilo vizuelnih razlika u porastu biljaka, ali je zapaženo kašnjenje u zrenju, koje je značajnije bilo izraženo u tretmanu sa primenom veće količine imazamoksa.

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