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2016, vol. 25, iss. 2, pp. 35-43
Phytotoxicity of foliary applied imazamox in combination with soil herbicides for pea
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia

emailkatarinajr@agrif.bg.ac.rs
Abstract
The selectivity trial of combined application of soil herbicides (pendimethalin and linurone) and foliar herbicide (imazamox) was conducted in Sakule during vegetation season in 2016. Two commercial formulations of imazamox were used: Sinamon and Pulsar-40, both applied at maximum recommended doses and twice the recommended doses. The experiment was laid out in complete randomized block design, with four replications. Phytotoxicity assess­ments were performed 14 and 35 days after imazamox application (plants hight measure­ment, and flowering inhibition in 2nd assessment) and at harvest time (visual assessment). In 1st assessment, except of obvious hlorosis, the highly suppressive effect of imazamox on plants was recorded (the average hight reductions were 12.3 and 52.47% for imazamox treat­ments of 48 and 96 g a.i./ha, respectively). In 2nd assessment the average growth reductions were 8.54 and 36.29% for treatments applied. There was also very obvious flowering reduc­tion (to be exact in form of delay). At the ripening time there were no visual differences in plants hight, but there were significant ripening delay, especially in treatments with doubled doses of imazamox applied.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/ActaHerb1602035J
published in SCIndeks: 08/02/2019

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