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Planta Daninha

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TAKANO, H.K. et al. Chemical Control of Glyphosate-Resistant Goosegrass. Planta daninha [online]. 2018, vol.36, e018176124.  Epub July 10, 2018. ISSN 0100-8358.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/s0100-83582018360100055.

The use of mixtures and rotation of herbicide modes of action are essential for herbicide resistance management. The purpose of this research was to evaluate different pre- and post-emergence herbicides to control goosegrass in soybean and corn. Four greenhouse experiments were conducted, one in pre-emergence and the three others in post-emergence. In pre-emergence, the number of emerged plants and the control percentage at 20, 35 and 50 days after application were evaluated. In post-emergence, the control percentage was evaluated at 14 and 28 days after application on plants with one tiller and four tillers. The use of residual herbicides to control glyphosate-resistant goosegrass is a very important tool for its effective management. The application stage is also crucial for post-emergence efficacy. Paraquat and [paraquat + diuron] are effective in controlling this species. The application of ACCase inhibiting herbicides alone seems to be more effective than their associations with glyphosate, especially in plants with four tillers. HPPD inhibiting herbicides have high synergism with atrazine and not with glyphosate.

Keywords : Eleusine indica; residual herbicides; ACCase inhibithors; contact herbicides; application stage.

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