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Sprinkler application of a sugar beet herbicide

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George F. Worker
James E. Hill, University of California

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California Agriculture 30(8):12-12.

Published August 01, 1976

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Not available – first paragraph follows: A new method of applying a preemergence herbicide in sugar beets by sprinklers may reduce costs to growers by eliminating power incorporation. More than 40 percent of Imperial Valley's 65,000 acres of sugar beets are normally sprinkled to achieve germination. Ro-Neet (cycloate) is commonly incorporated by power equipment as a preplant treatment to control troublesome weeds in sugar beets, whether germinated by sprinkler or by furrow irrigation.

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The authors wish to thank Stauffer Chemical Company for supplying the herbicide and for its assistance in these experiments

Sprinkler application of a sugar beet herbicide

David W. Cudney, George F. Worker, James E. Hill
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Sprinkler application of a sugar beet herbicide

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Authors

George F. Worker
James E. Hill, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(8):12-12.

Published August 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: A new method of applying a preemergence herbicide in sugar beets by sprinklers may reduce costs to growers by eliminating power incorporation. More than 40 percent of Imperial Valley's 65,000 acres of sugar beets are normally sprinkled to achieve germination. Ro-Neet (cycloate) is commonly incorporated by power equipment as a preplant treatment to control troublesome weeds in sugar beets, whether germinated by sprinkler or by furrow irrigation.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors wish to thank Stauffer Chemical Company for supplying the herbicide and for its assistance in these experiments


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