WEED CONTROL IN RASPBERRY AND BLACKBERRY PLANTINGS BY HERBICIDES
Weed control in rapsberry and blackberry plantings during the 2007 vegetation season was evaluated using three herbicides: Casoron G (a.i. dichlobenil 67.5 g/kg) with application rates of 60 and 80 kg/ha, foliar treatments of Galop (a.i. paraquat 200 g/L) at 4.0 L/ha and Bonaca EC (a/o/ fluroxypyr-meptyl 360 g/L) at 0.8 and 1.0 L/ha. Bonaca (1 L/ha) showed the best efficacy against all broad leaf weed species and Casoron G (80 kg/ha) against all grass weed species. None of the combinations showed sufficient efficacy (>95%) against Cynodon dactylon or Sorghum halepense.
Dakić, P., Matić, L., Božić, D., Vrbničanin, S., Jovanović-Radovanov, K., Elezović, I. and Pavlović, D. (2012). WEED CONTROL IN RASPBERRY AND BLACKBERRY PLANTINGS BY HERBICIDES . Acta Hortic. 946, 309-315
dichlobenil, paraquat, fluroxypyr-meptyl, EWRS scale, perennial weeds, annual weeds