A STUDY ON WEED CONTROL IN SOYBEAN
AbstractTwo field experiments on weed control in soybeans were carried out at BIOTROP, Bogor, Indonesia
from February to June, 1989. The critical period for weed control was found to be between 20 - 40 days after
planting of soybean (c. v. Wilis) grown at a planting distance of 40 x 10 cm. It did not coincide with the fastest
growthÂ inÂ terms ofÂ trifoliateÂ leaf number. Further studies were suggestedÂ to understand the physiological
growth of soybean related to weed control.
Pendimethalin at 660- 1320 g a.e./ha applied one day after sowing did not cause any phytotoxic effect to
soybean and had good weed control performance.
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TJITROSEMITO, S. (2011). A STUDY ON WEED CONTROL IN SOYBEAN. BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology, (4). https://doi.org/10.11598/btb.1922.214.171.124
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