Evaluation of Fiesta™ for pre-emergent control of turfgrass weeds in the laboratory

Date

2014

Authors

Lyons, E.
Jordan, K.
Carey, K.

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Volume Title

Publisher

Guelph Turfgrass Institute

Abstract

The objective of this research project was to determine the effect of Fiesta chelated iron on germination and emergence, plant survival, shoot and root growth of turfgrass weeds (large crabgrass, white clover, and plantain) as well as turfgrass species (perennial ryegrass).

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Keywords

Guelph Turfgrass Institute, Broadleaf weeds, Large crabgrass, White clover, Fiesta, LiquiGold, Corn gluten meal, Germination, Broadleaf plantain, Chelated iron, Annual reports, 2014, Low risk pesticide, Class 11

Citation

Lyons, E., Jordan, K., Carey K. 2014. Evaluation of Fiesta™ for pre-emergent control of turfgrass weeds in the laboratory. Neudorff.

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