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herbicide impurities
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swep
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2006 Weed Control Guide for Field Crops

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e434

Christy Sprague, Wesley Everman
2013 Version

This bulletin is available from the MSU Extension Bookstore.


About postemergent herbicides

Information about postemergent herbicides and their application to blueberries.



About preemergent herbicides

Information about preemergent herbicides and their application to blueberries.



Broadleaf Herbicides for Commercial Sod Production

Information on the best broadleaf herbicides to use in turfgrass stands. 2 pp.



Cherry Leaf Spot Control With Selected Chemicals
MSU Extension Service
MSU Agricultural Experiment Station
Michigan State University
Research Report RR244


A.L. Jones, Botany and Plant Pathology; W. J. MacLean, MSU Extension
Issued April 1974 4 pages (Fil. 1)

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Michigan Extension office.

Clomazone (Command) injury

Description of injury to blueberry plants due to the drifting of the herbicide Clomazone. Includes color photographs to aid in identification.



Controlling Lawn Weeds with Herbicides
A comprehensive guide for controlling weeds in lawns. However, many of the herbicide recommendations are no longer current. The publication includes a number of line drawings of common lawn weeds. 16 pp. Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.

Diagnosis and Prevention of Herbicide Injury

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e809.

Ronald H. Lockerman Department of Horticulture
Alan R. Putnam Department of Horticulture
Robert P. Rice, Jr. Department of Horticulture
William F. Meggitt Department of Crop and Soil Sciences

This publication provides information on herbicide injury and how to prevent.

Issued May 1975 (Fil. 1)

20 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your county Extension office. Michigan Offices



Diuron (Karmex, Direx) injury

Description of the injury to young or weak blueberry plants if excessive rates of the herbicide Diuron is used.



Effective Herbicide Use in Christmas Tree Plantations

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e1930

Controlling weeds among plantings of commercial Christmas trees is essential to maximize profits. This document details the use of herbicide in Christmas tree plantations to maximze profit. Includes images and figures. 

Douglas Lantagne, Professor Melvin Koelling, and Assistant Professor Donald Dickman, Department of Forestry
Issued February 1986 11 pages (Fil. 1)

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office.



Efficiency in Herbicide Applications

Summary of a project whose objectives were:

1. Conduct on-farm demonstrations of WeedSOFT selected herbicide treatments in
side-by-side comparison with the grower selected herbicide treatment when
applications are made using the Redux Sprayer;
2. Determine if the WeedSOFT selected treatments are as effective as the typical
herbicides used as grower selected. The selection of WeedSoft recommendations
will be made on the basis of Net Economic Gain
3. Compare the actual WeedSOFT selection cost versus the grower selected
herbicide costs.

3 pp.



Evaluating organic herbicides, summer annual cover crops and mowing for Canada thistle control

Discussion of controlling the weed Canada thistle through organic herbicides, summer annual cover crops and mowing.



Free Screening for Herbicide Resistant Marestail in Soybean Production Systems

Outline of a program for herbicide resistant marestail in soybean production systems. 2 pp.



Free Screening for Herbicide-Resistant Weeds in Soybean Production Systems

Information on a free screening program to identify herbicide resistant weeds in soybean production systems. Includes instructions for gathering sample seedheads from soybean fields, and a form to be included with sample seedheads being sent in for analysis. 2 pp.



Getting The Most From Roundup
This publication offers tips for using Roundup(Glyphosate), a herbicide commonly used in fruit production in Michigan. It addresses the problem of "hard water antagonism", when hard water prevents the proper absorption of Glyphosate.

Glyphosate (Roundup) injury

Description of injury to blueberries caused by the herbicide Glyphosate. Includes color photographs to aid identification.



Guide to Tolerance of Crops and Susceptibility of Weeds to Herbicides
Numerous tables provide information about herbicides, weeds and crops and how well particular herbicides control each weed and how well each crop tolerates each herbicide. 147 pp. New.

Harvest Restrictions Following Herbicide Application on Dry Edible Bean and Soybean
Information on specific harvest restrictions following herbicide applications on dry edible beans and soybeans. 1 page.

Harvest Restrictions Following Herbicide Application on Dry Edible Bean and Soybean

The late growing season is raising several questions regarding early harvest of crops for forage. There are several herbicides which restrict harvest options for dry edible beans and soybeans. These tables list the specific harvest restrictions stated in the herbicide label for dry edible beans and soybeans. 1 page.



Herbicide Chemical Families and their Mode of Action: Pesticide Re-certification Seminar
In-depth description of herbicide chemical families and their modes of action. 78 pp.

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